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Boateng Makes Permanent Exeter Move

31 August 2017

Hiram Boateng has completed a deadline day move to League Two table-toppers Exeter City on a free transfer.

The Palace academy graduate, who had been at the club since the age of eight, played three times for the Eagles' first-team after making his debut against Stoke City in January 2013, including once in the Premier League during the 2015/16 season at Swansea City.

That campaign would see Boateng win the Eagles' Development Player of the Year after spending the majority of the season on loan at Plymouth Argyle, whom he helped to the League Two play-off final where they lost to AFC Wimbledon.

As well as his previous spell in Devon with the Pilgrims, the midfielder also spent time on loan at Crawley Town, Bristol Rovers and Northampton Town, amassing over 50 appearances in the Football League.

The 21-year-old links up with former teammates Dean Moxey and Luke Croll at Exeter, with the Grecians sitting top of the pile in the fourth tier after four games under the management of Paul Tisdale.

Everyone at Palace would like to wish Hiram all the best for the future.

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