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Vince finds a club at last!

Former Stoke striker Vincent Pericard has signed for League 1 side Carlisle United after taking 5 months to find a new club.

Pericard, who was released in the summer, was told by Tony Pulis that his contract was not being renewed back in May. He did however spend the pre-season training with the Potters so he could remain match fit.

Trials with Cardiff and Bristol City proved unsuccessful but he has now found a new home albeit temporary as he has only signed a contract that takes him to January 2010.

Vice signed for the Potters over 3 years ago on a free and brought much excitement amongst Stoke fans following his background, that saw him being raised at Juventus and playing Premier League football with Portsmouth.

He endured a torrid time at Stoke as he only managed 2 goals in 38 appearances.

Lets hope he shines at League 1 level and prolongs his stay with Carlisle.



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Writer:Charlie Bennett
Date:Tuesday October 13 2009
Time: 5:38PM

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I think League 1 is more his standard of footy he was never good here
redandwhitestripemad
13/10/2009 17:53:00
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