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Derby to sign ex Ger Malcolm

Former Rangers utility man Bob Malcolm is expected to complete a move to Derby County this afternoon.

Malcolm, 25, was last week allowed to leave Ibrox by Gers boss Paul Le Guen and as such is available to sign outside of the transfer window.

Malcolm can play as a centre back or defensive midfielder, and won 2 league titles during his time in Glasgow.




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Date:Tuesday September 5 2006

Time: 11:03AM

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