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LUFC Former favourite on the move again

Former Leeds United favourite Andy Hughes is on the move again just six months after signing for Scunthorpe United from Leeds.

Hughes signed an eighteen-month contract at Glanford Park in January but has left to join fellow League One side Charlton Athletic on a free transfer.

The 33 year old has signed a two-year deal with the Addicks after making fifteen appearances for Scunthorpe last season.

Hughes was a firm fans favourite during his four and a half years at Elland Road.

The versatile player who played in a number of different positions at Leeds endeared himself to the Elland Road faithful with his 100% commitment.

Hughes made over 100 appearances during his time with Leeds and was an almost ever present in Leeds promotion season in 2009/10.

He paid an emotional farewell to Leeds in an interview on Yorkshire Radio following his departure, calling his time a magical four years at Elland Road.

Good luck to Hughesy.

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Date:Monday August 1 2011

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