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McCulloch commits to Rangers

Published: Thursday 12 August 2010, 23.02CET
Lee McCulloch has accepted a two-year contract extension with Scottish champions Rangers FC, the decision to sign described as "a no-brainer" by the 32-year-old midfielder.

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Published: Thursday 12 August 2010, 23.02CET

McCulloch commits to Rangers

Lee McCulloch has accepted a two-year contract extension with Scottish champions Rangers FC, the decision to sign described as "a no-brainer" by the 32-year-old midfielder.

Lee McCulloch has signed a two-year contract extension with Scottish champions Rangers FC, keeping the midfielder with the UEFA Champions League hopefuls until 2013.

"My extension offer came about very quickly and it was a no-brainer to sign," said the 32-year-old, who has scored eight goals in 68 Premier League appearances for the Ibrox club since moving from Wigan Athletic FC in summer 2007, winning two championships and two Scottish Cups.

"I want to be a part of things at Rangers and now I'm really looking forward to the season ahead," added former Motherwell FC trainee McCulloch, who has 15 caps for Scotland. "I just want to be here trying to win trophies." Rangers enter the UEFA Champions League in the group stage after landing a second consecutive title last season.

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