Dallas signs for Brentford

Published Thursday, 12 April 2012
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Northern Ireland international Stuart Dallas has signed for League One Brentford from Crusaders.

Dallas signs for Brentford
Crusaders' Stuart Dallas will play for Brentford next season. (© Pacemaker)

The 20-year-old attacker will join the Bees when the transfer window re-opens in June.

Dallas was named the Northern Ireland Football Writers Player of the Year in 2010/11.

He played for Northern Ireland at under-23 level before making his full international bow as a substitute against Wales.

Brentford are currently eighth in League One, just three points off the promotion play-off places.

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Connor in Newtownabbey wrote (1,020 days ago):
@Aaron, dont be so ignorant, also nice to see you supporting a local team from Antrim, presuming you support IFA F.C. Stuarty deserves his chance, he's a top talent, and you just seem bitter none of your overpaid players seem to make it over in England. Jog on.
Aaron in Antrim wrote (1,020 days ago):
Over rated one season wonder. Saying that, hope he does well in England. Unfortunately for him his last game for the Crues will be a consolation medal.
Switch in Belfast wrote (1,021 days ago):
When a guy gives 143.2% what more can you ask basically?
Jonathan Williams in Newtownabbey wrote (1,021 days ago):
So sad to see Stuart go from us, been absolutely superb for Crusaders and massive credit must go to Stephen Baxter for giving him the chance to show how good he is. I wish him all the best in the professional game with Brentford and maybe we will see more of him playing for NI. Sign out on a high Stuart and win the Irish Cup for us. Once a Crue, Always a Crue.
s magowan in belfast wrote (1,021 days ago):
Another one of our young talent has been scooped up by an English club,here's hoping it wont be too long before we see him play in a NI jersey.I wish him well.
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