Tyrone Barnett has secured a £1million transfer to Peterborough United. The striker, who has scored 15 goals so far this season for Crawley Town, joins initially on a loan until the end of the season when the deal will become permanent. Tyrone becomes Peterborough’s record signing whilst also far outstripping the record fee received by a League two club. We wish Tyrone every success.
Sheffield United and England U19 starlet George Long has signed a new four-year deal keeping him at Bramall Lane until June 2016. 18-year-old Long, who has made four appearances for the Blades this season, has been the subject of interest from Premier League clubs, but manager Danny Wilson was delighted with the youngster’s decision to stick with his hometown club. “I didn’t see Joe Hart but I heard how good he was at that age,” said Wilson, “I think George also has the potential to have a very strong career and follow that line … I certainly think he will be a Premiership goalkeeper.”
KV Kortrijk and Hungary midfielder Peter Czvitkovics will play in the Belgian Cup Final in his first full season at the club, after Kortrijk knocked out Mons in this evening’s semi-final. Czvitkovics, who has 10 Hungary caps, will line up in the final against Lokeren on the 25th March.
Curtis Main has made his first start for Middlesbrough FC in the televised FA Cup 4th round replay against local rivals Sunderland. The game saw Sunderland run out winners after extra time whilst Curtis acquitted himself well earning the Man of the Match award.
World in Motion would like to congratulate clients Aden Flint, Alan McCormack and Wesley Foderingham for reaching the Football League Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Final at Wembley after beating Barnet over two legs. Swindon will face Chesterfield on Sunday 25th March
After impressing in his first 6 games for Motherwell, Estonia U21 forward Henrik Ojamaa has signed a new two and half year deal with the club, keeping him at Fir Park until June 2014. Henrik’s impressive start to his SPL career also saw him win January’s Clydesdale Bank Premier League Young Player of the Month award. The Estonian has scored five goals and made four assists in his first seven games for The Steelmen.