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Ingi commits for another year

Royals captain Ivar Ingimarsson has commited to the club for another season after signing a new one year contract at the Madejski Stadium.


He had been out of contract and linked with a move to Bristol City, to join up with former manager Steve Coppell - the man who first brought him to Berkshire.


Ingimarsson joined Reading in 2003 from Wolves and has gone on to become a legend at the club. He played every minute of our first season in the Premiership and has made 275 appearances, making him our longest serving player by a long way.


He missed the end of season with a hamstring injury but is set to be fit to return in time for pre season.




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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 15 2010

Time: 10:24AM

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great news, didn't think he would sign just a years deal. Lets hope he can stay injury free next season.
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