Peterborough United have signed former Bolton Wanderers defender Hayden White on a free transfer.
The 21-year-old full-back is new manager Grant McCann's first signing.
White was on loan at Blackpool last season but was unable to prevent them from being relegated to League Two.
Peterborough United have unveiled their new manager.
And it's someone who will be very familiar to Posh fans, with caretaker boss Grant McCann being given the job on a permanent basis.
He replaces Graham Westley who was sacked last month.
McCann made more than 180 appearances for the club as a player and is hoping for the same sort of success as a coach.
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Peterborough United have appointed caretaker boss Grant McCann as their new manager.
Posh were unbeaten under the 36-year-old last season, scoring 15 goals in his four games in charge.
McCann made more than 180 appearances for Peterborough as a player and established himself as a fans' favourite.
He has been given a four-year contract and replaces Graham Westley who was sacked last month.
Jack Collison, who recently had to retire from playing due to a serious knee injury, will also stay on as the club's under 18s coach on a permanent basis.
Peterborough United have released six players, including long-serving defender Gabriel Zakuani.
The Congolese centre-back has made more than 200 appearances in two spells for the club.
Shaun Brisley, Andrew Fox, Souleymane Coulibaly, Kyle Vassell and Jack Friend have also been allowed to leave while left-back Kgosi Ntlhe has rejected two new contracts and will move on.
Posh will be entitled to a compensation fee because of his age.
I would like to personally wish all those players that have been released by the Football Club well, but I would especially like to thank Gabi Zakuani, who has been a magnificent servant both on and off the pitch to Peterborough United Football Club.
I would like to wish him every success in furthering his career. I am sure he will have plenty of options.
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Peterborough United have sacked manager Graham Westley.
The former Stevenage boss only took over in September, but has now been relieved of his duties.
He leaves Posh in 14th position in League One following a 2-0 home defeat to Scunthorpe United on Saturday.
Grant McCann will take charge of their final two games of the season while chairman Darragh MacAnthony searches for a successor.
The club have issued the following statement:
"Peterborough United Football Club have tonight (Saturday) parted company with manager Graham Westley.
The club would like to thank Graham for his efforts on behalf of the football club. Grant McCann will take charge of the remaining two Sky Bet League One fixtures.
Chairman Darragh MacAnthony will take time to speak to prospective candidates for the vacant manager position.The club will be making no further comment at this time."
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