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Former Rangers midfielder Gregg Wylde joins St Mirren after leaving Aberdeen

Former Rangers player Gregg Wylde has joined St Mirren on an 18-month contract after leaving Aberdeen.

Saints confirmed the move a few hours after Aberdeen announced the wide midfielder's contract had been cancelled by the club.

The 22-year-old joined Aberdeen in the summer amid interest from several Scottish Premiership clubs but most of his 10 appearances came from the bench.

The left-sided player left Rangers, where he made almost 50 first-team appearances, when they went into administration in February 2012 and soon joined Bolton.

But he failed to make the breakthrough with Wanderers and his only senior experience in England was during a loan spell with Bury.

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