Friday, 27 May 2005

All hail

I've just become seriously excited. Stand back...

Melbourne has re-signed another of its brightest talents with Brad Green agreeing to a new deal that will keep him at the club until the end of 2008.

The 24-year-old midfielder, who was recently promoted to the Demons' leadership group, joins teammates Brock McLean, Colin Sylvia, Mark Jamar and Brad Miller in pledging to stay.

Melbourne recruiting manager Craig Cameron said snaring Green - drafted in 1999 - was a major breakthrough for Melbourne. "Brad is one of our team leaders and has continually developed his body and football knowledge over the past six years. It was very important (for us) to make sure that a player with such leadership skills and ability remains at the club," Cameron said.


Another name crossed off the Collingwood 2006 shopping list.

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