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Dailly extends stay

Filed: Friday, 10th June 2005
By: Matthew O'Greel

Former club captain Christian Dailly has signed a new contract with West Ham.

The 31-year-old Scottish international - who scored for his country at the weekend - was out of contract this summer, although his stay in East London has been extended after the two parties agreed on a new deal earlier in the week.

The popular Scot was heavily criticised during his first 18 months at the club as the team's fortunes floundered, but has become something of a cult figure in recent months.

Dailly, who missed the majority of last season through injury joined the Hammers in 2001 when Harry Redknapp paid Blackburn some 2.5m for his services.

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