Date: 12th September 2014 at 9:16am
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Vital Bradford would like to wish Nathan Doyle all the best after he found himself a new club.

The former Bradford midfielder, released by Phil Parkinson in the summer after two-years at Valley Parade, was part of the great squad that made the league cup final and also got us promoted out of league 2 but that wasn’t enough to earn him a new deal in the summer.

Since his release the 27-year-old has been without a club but a contract with league 2 outfit Luton Town was confirmed this week.

Hatter boss John Still is very pleased with his capture, telling Luton’s official website: ‘Nathan is a top quality player.

‘I think we’re very fortunate to be able to bring him to Kenilworth Road.

‘He’s only 27 but he’s played over 250 games – most of them in the Championship, which underlines his ability.’

Formerly with Derby County and Hull City too the midfielder has signed a contract to stay at Kenilworth Road until the end of the current season, at first.

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