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Reid and sign


Filed: Wednesday, 14th November 2007
By: Matthew O'Greel


Winger Kyel Reid has signed a contract extension with the Hammers.

The 19-year-old left-sided midfielder has extended his current deal by another 12 months, keeping him tied to the club until the summer of 2009.

Reid has made just one appearance for the first team thus far this season, as a substitute in the 1-0 Carling Cup win over Plymouth. He spent six months on loan at Barnsley last season, scoring two goals in 26 appearances.

His only first team appearance last season came in the 2-1 Carling Cup defeat at Chesterfield last season; shortly after that defeat he joined Barnsley.

Prior to last season Reid made just two first team appearances for the Hammers, against West Brom and Tottenham in the 05/06 season.



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Your Comments


by MO'G
02:43PM 15th Nov 2007
''Cadiz,

You're quite right of course - we'll blame a technical error at this end. Article amended accordingly.''

by Cadiz_Hammer
09:01PM 14th Nov 2007
''Reid's played in other 1st team games for sure. I remember him playing in the win at West Brom 2 seasons ago under Pards and I'm sure he featured in a couple of other games that season too.''

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