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ENGLAND/ OFFICIAL, Reading: Adam Federici until 2015

03.08.2012 11.45 by TM W  read 831
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Reading Football Club are delighted to announce that goalkeeper Adam Federici has signed a new contract until the summer of 2015.

Adam's previous contract had less than 12 months to run, so this represents a major signing for the Royals. In a summer when the club have brought in six new faces, securing Adam's long term future takes on the very same importance.

At 27 Adam is a fantastic age for a goalkeeper, and even though he already has experience of the World Cup, Olympics and Barclays Premier League, he will no doubt continue to grow as he returns to the best league in the world.

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