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MK Dons say Jimmy Bullard has today announced his retirement from football with immediate effect.
MK Dons have signed former Ipswich Town player Jimmy Bullard on a short term deal.
The midfielder has put to pen to paper on a deal that will keep him at StadiumMK until 31st December.
He is manager, Karl Robinson's fifth signing of the summer, joining Alan Smith, Jon Otsemobor, Ryan Lowe and Anthony Kaye.
Bullard will wear the number 13 shirt is available for this weekend's game.
Speaking to the club's website he said:
"I came up to speak to Karl last night and I loved what he had to say and, to be fair, he has given me the opportunity to play football which I have missed.
"I've had a nightmare with injuries and I have been out of the game so I'm glad to be back."
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Former Wigan and Fulham midfielder Jimmy Bullard has today signed a short-term deal with Milton Keynes Dons Football Club.
MK Dons have made their fourth signing of the summer after the capture of Huddersfield's Antony Kay.
The midfielder was released by The Terrier's at the end of last season, having finally helped the Yorkshire club achieve promotion.
The 29-year-old signed a two-year deal with the Dons.
He told the club website: "Any player that has ever played against MK Dons knows how well they pass it and the way they play and all footballers want to play that way.
“It’s one of the reasons why I’ve come here and I can’t wait to get started."
MK Dons have announced the imminent transfer of Newcastle United midfielder, Alan Smith.
He joined up with the squad for the start of pre-season training and will sign a two-year deal this afternoon.
Smith has good pedigree, having started his career with Leeds United before signing for Manchester United for £7 million in 2004.
The 31-year-old won the hearts of MK Dons fans last season, scoring twice in 18 games for Karl Robinson's men.