Super Caley move for one-time Robins target Warren
ROBINS target Gary Warren has spurned offers from a number of English clubs to sign for Scottish Premier League club Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
The Newport County skipper, who was a confirmed target for Cheltenham Town last season, was also believed to be high on Mark Yates' summer wish-list.
The former Mangotsfield United and Team Bath centre half was a key part of the Exiles' squad who reached the FA Trophy final at Wembley, where they lost to York City.
However the lure of playing top-flight football under the management of legendary England centre half Terry Butcher at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium has taken him to the Highlands.
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Former Cheltenham Town goalkeeper Tim Harris, now director football with the Exiles, said that the move north of the border was too good for Warren to turn down.
"While we are disappointed for ourselves we are over the moon for Gary," Harris said.
"This is a huge move for him, to play in the top tier of Scottish football, and we feel proud of him after he's been such a colossal player for us over the years."