George McCartney has completed a permanent move to newly promoted side West Ham after he got released from the Stadium of Light.
The 31 years old Northern Irish player got two years deal from West Ham United, the team who has been waiting for their Premier league game after being promoted at the Championship playoff beating Blackpool 2-1 at Wembley.
The consistent Left Back started his career at Sunderland and then he moved to West Ham after 8 years of service there(1998-2006). He then played 61 matches for Hammers in 2 years spell and then moved right back from where he arrived, i.e to the Stadium of Light. He then was sent to Loan to the Leads United and then West Ham respectively in the year 2010 and 2011. Finally West Ham decided to resign the 31 years old for next two years to take full of him before he gets older.
West ham united signed the Irish man after he was released by Sunderland. McCartney expressed his happiness to be back at West Ham on a permanent basis.
“I am delighted to be coming back to West Ham and this time on a permanent basis,” statement copied from McCartney on West Ham United Official website.
McCartney played 43 matches for West Ham during his one year period on loan and scored once. He was also included in the promotional play off match in Wembley after entering the field as substitute.