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Rufus goes South

Filed: Wednesday, 22nd June 2005
By: Matthew O'Greel

Veteran left-back Rufus Brevett has joined Plymouth after being released by West Ham.

35-year-old Brevett - who joined the Hammers in January 2003 in a 375,000 switch from Fulham - barely featured for the first team last season despite recovering from an ankle injury which kept him out of action for nine months.

Derby-born Brevett made 29 starts for the Hammers in his two years at the club.

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