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ENGLAND/ OFFICIAL, Fulham: Hughes signed a one-year contract extension

15.09.2012 01.00 by TM W  read 1208
Source: fulhamfc.com
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The Club is delighted to confirm that Aaron Hughes has signed a one-year contract extension with Fulham that will see the Northern Ireland international remain at Craven Cottage until the summer of 2014.

Hughes has been a regular presence at the heart of Fulham’s defence for five years, forming a formidable partnership with Brede Hangeland that has been integral to the Club’s success in recent seasons.

After signing his contract extension on Friday, fulhamfc.com caught up with Aaron, who spoke of his delight at having secured his future with the Whites.

“I’m obviously delighted as I’ve enjoyed my time here so far and to know that I'll be around for another couple of years is a nice thing for me,” Hughes said.

“I’ve had a lot of good experiences so far and hopefully I'll have more between now and 2014.”

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