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Worcester snap up Gill
Nationwide North club Worcester City have completed the capture of highly-rated youngster Rapinder Gill from county rivals Bromsgrove Rovers.
The 20-year-old was impressive in his three month spell at Bromsgrove and has put pen to paper on a two-year contract at St George's Lane.
Bromsgrove Rovers manager Rod Brown had to fight off interest from UniBond Premier leaders AFC Telford United and full-time league rivals Kettering Town to secure the services of Gill and is clearly delighted with his capture.
"I have been in the game 14 years as a manager and I think he's one of the best I have worked with," Brown told the club's official website.
"At the end of the season, had he not done the deal, he would have had the pick of the clubs because he's streets ahead of where we are.
"Telford offered him a big deal and Kettering showed an interest.
"He's very slim and very quick but a tremendous ball player."
As part of the deal, Gill has been loaned back to the Bromsgrove Rovers for the rest of this campaign as they go in search of a promotion place.