Date: 29th June 2017 at 7:52am
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London-born Dominic Poleon, who has spent most of his career in the Yorkshire or Manchester, has returned to the area (Yorkshire) as he completed his transfer to Bradford on Wednesday.

Beginning his playing career as a youth team player at Southend in fact, and then Leeds, he undertook loan spells at Sheffield United and Bury before joining Oldham. Poleon has joined Bradford for an undisclosed fee from League One rivals AFC Wimbledon.

Half of Poleon’s 49 appearances for Wimbledon last season were made from the substitute bench but the forward still managed an impressive goals return of 13 in all competitions for the Dons.

Stuart McCall, along with those advising his transfer dealings, has seen enough in Poleon, 23, to believe the forward, capable of playing as a central striker and on the wing, can produce the goods at Valley Parade.

Poleon has signed a two year deal to become the fourth Bradford arrival of the summer.

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