Bradford Bulls sign Matty Blythe from Warrington on permanent deal

Last Updated: 02/08/13 10:42am

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Matty Blythe: Permanent deal with Bradford

Matty Blythe: Permanent deal with Bradford

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Bradford have signed centre Matty Blythe from Warrington on a permanent deal.

Blythe had been on a season-long loan at the Provident Stadium and has been a big hit, scoring seven tries in 15 appearances for the Bulls.

But Bradford have now tied him down to a three-year contract after reaching an agreement with Warrington over the final 12 months of his Wolves contract.

Blythe said: "I wanted to be playing Super League week in, week out and this deal at Bradford is a great opportunity to do that."

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