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Olsson Signs New Deal

Jonas Olsson late last night committed his future to the Baggies by signing a new four year deal.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Olsson said.

'I'm very delighted, it's been a long process but it's done now and I'm very happy. I had a few things that were important to me and there were some issues that were important to the club, but finally we came to an agreement. I very much like where the club is going and the way we have progressed, that made the decision, in the end, easy.'

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Date:Saturday October 6 2012

Time: 2:42PM

 

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