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Town Sign Woodhouse

By: Bill Osborne
Date: 28/01/2006

The Mariners have signed Hull midfielder Curtis Woodhouse on a permanent deal until the end of season 2006/2007 and has signed in time to be eligible to play against Peterborough on Saturday.

Curtis joined the Tigers from Peterborough United in May 2005, signing for Peter Taylor's side on a two-year contract.

He was a trainee with Sheffield United but left in February 2002 to join Birminham City for a fee rumoured to be 1,000,000.

He left Brum in January 2003 to go on loan to Rotherham until May 2003 when he went to Petrborough until May 2005 when he moved on to Hull City and today left Hull to join the Mariners.

He is an ex England under 21 international.

Real name: Curtis Woodhouse
Height 5.08
Weight 11.00
Date of birth 17-04-1980
Place of birth Driffield
Position Midfielder
Nationality English

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