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Tranmere Rovers Duo Extend Stay At Prenton Park

Tranmere Rovers duo Ryan Fraughan and Ash Taylor have agreed to extend their stays with the League One Club much to the delight of Rovers boss Les Parry.

Fraughan has agreed a new one-year deal, while Taylor has signed a one-year contract extension which will keep him at Prenton Park until June 2012

Wideman, Fraughan made eight first team appearances in 2009-10 before spending the second half of the season on loan at Welsh Premier League side Aberystwyth Town.

Tranmere Manager Les Parry said:

“Ryan is a talented youngster who did really well in his loan spell at Aberystwyth Town. He is comfortable on the ball, likes to take players on and has an eye for goal and I’m pleased he will be with us again next season.”

Parry is also pleased by Taylor’s decision to pen a contract extension with the Club. The versatile youngster who can operate in defence or midfield became a mainstay in the Rovers starting eleven last season making 41 appearances in his first full season as a professional.

Parry added:

“Ash did really well for us last season and I’m delighted we have been able to extend his contract. He’s versatile, hard working and enthusiastic and he deserves this extension.”

“He is yet another great example of the talented youngsters the Club has developed through its Centre of Excellence and Youth system.”

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