Date: 10th February 2011 at 5:40pm
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As announced yesterday, and following the news of Kevin Ellison’s transfer, Omar Daley has signed for Rotherham United until the end of the season.

Daley, currently City’s longest serving player, has signed a deal until the 7th May with the South Yorkshire club, meaning it is unlikely he will feature again for Bradford City with his contract coming to an end in June.

Since signing for City in January 2007, Daley has racked up over 100 appearances and scored 14 goals.

Daley has had a hit and miss season which has been interrupted by injuries.

City fans will be relived to hear Daley will not be able to score against the club when City and Rotherham meet in March as there is a ‘Gentlemens Agreement’ between the clubs that neither Daley, nor Kevin Ellison will be able to play in that match.

Speaking to Rotherham’s Official Website, Daley said ‘I heard about the interest a couple of days ago and now I’ve signed until the end of the season. I know Nicky Law well from when he played at Bradford a couple of seasons back and we keep in touch so that will help the settling in process. I’ve been in the league a while, so I’m not worried about settling in, I’m here and I just want to get on with it. I’m very direct, with a couple of tricks up my sleeve and I can score goals. I’ve had a couple of injuries recently but I’m fit now and raring to go. It’s a great loan move for me.’