Hyde deal completed

Last updated : 11 January 2007 By Tony Scholes
Micah has been in and out of the Burnley side recently, and he was also out of contract in the summer with the likelihood that he would have been moving on then in any case. His last game for the Clarets was in our last league game at Hull at the end of the year, and he would have been in the side that played at Reading had the game gone ahead on Saturday. But he was replaced by Chris McCann when the game finally got the go ahead, and today with this news came the reason why.

He's signed a two and a half year deal for the club currently just inside the play off positions in League Two and a promotion would add £25,000 to the guaranteed £75,000 that Posh have already paid.

Their manager Keith Alexander said of the signing: “Micah is an experienced player and the type of player that we need to work alongside the young players and the new signings. There are a lot of changes taking place and we need an experienced body.

“He has been very successful at all his clubs and is highly thought of in the game. We have done very well to get him here to Peterborough and he is a good signing for this football club.”