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Kyle returns to Firhill Road on two-year deal

Partick Thistle FC is delighted to announce the signing of Kyle Turner on a two-year deal, subject to Scottish FA clearance.

The midfielder is back in Maryhill for a second stint having previously spent two seasons with the club, playing 90 times and scoring nine goals as the Jags secured a pair of top four finishes in the Championship.

Turner departed for Ross County last summer where he featured 23 times before heading out on loan to Raith Rovers for the back end of the campaign, playing 17 games for the Kirkcaldy side as they made it to the play-off finals though Kyle was unable to feature in the final itself due to it being against his parent club.

He has also previously played for Stranraer, Dunfermline and Airdrieonians in a career which has seen him rack up well over 300 appearances at the age of 26.

Jags manager Kris Doolan said:

“It’s no secret that we were very keen to keep a hold of Kyle last summer and I think he would have liked to have stayed too but with the situation the club was in, it just wasn’t possible. Football works in strange ways sometimes though and we’re thrilled to have him back almost exactly 12 months later.

“I don’t need to convince any Thistle fans of Kyle’s qualities, they saw them during his previous spell with the club and saw it when he was playing against us for Raith Rovers recently too.

“He’s got exceptional quality on the ball, an excellent work rate and pin-point delivery from set pieces. Also, he has the ability to play in a couple of different roles within the team so I think he’ll bring a lot to our midfield and I’m excited to get to work with him again once pre-season begins.”

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