BEDOYA EXTENDS HELSINGBORG STAY
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BRIAN SCIARETTA - Sunday, February 17, 2013
American midfielder Alejandro Bedoya will be staying in Helsingborg as the two parties have agreed on another six month deal.

Bedoya joined Helsingborg last summer on a six-month deal after leaving Rangers due to their financial collapse. The former BC Eagle will now take his stint with the club to a year.

"Alejandro Bedoya signed a six month deal with Helsingborg," club press officer Frederik Ericsson told YA.

Helsingborg won the Swedish Allsvenskan in 2011, but finished in a disappointing sixth place in 2012. As a result, Åge Hareide was replaced as manager with Roar Hansen.

Helsingborg will open their Allsvenskan season on March 31 with a home game against Djurgarden and Cobi Span.
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