Lillis: two more years
Monday, 19th May 2014 19:52 by Col
Dale have been boosted with the news that goalkeeper Josh Lillis has signed a two year extension to his deal keeping him at Spotland until the Summer of 2016.
Lillis was one of two players out of contract at the end of the season, but any uncertainty has now ended after he penned his new deal. Dale boss Keith Hill had spoke about wanting this settled early, and this new deal will be a massive boost as he prepares the club for League One.
The 26 year old keeper is a popular man down at Spotland, and he was voted as the Players' Player of the Year for the past two seasons.
This news leaves Matty Done as the one out of contract player at the club, with George Donnelly considering an offer from the club as well.
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