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3 August 2015

Midfielder pens a two-year contract at Portman Road after impressing whilst on trial with the Blues

  • Mick adds to the squad
  • Coke pens two-year deal
  • Becomes second signing of the day

Town have added a second signing of the day after Giles Coke penned a two-year deal at Portman Road.

The midfielder joins following a successful trial period with the Club, impressing manager Mick McCarthy enough to earn a contract, which also includes an option of a further 12 month stay.

Giles has worked his way up the Football League having begun his career at Isthmian Premier League side Kingstonian FC before moving onto Mansfield Town and then Northampton Town.

He then turned out for Championship side, Sheffield Wednesday, following a year’s stint at Scottish side Motherwell, and also took in loan spells at Bury, Swindon Town and Bolton.

The midfielder adds competition to the Town squad and will wear the number 16 shirt whilst with the Blues.

A full interview with Giles will be available on Ipswich Player HD soon.

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