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Bignall stays on the South Coast

The Royals young striker Nicholas Bignall has extended his loan spell at Bournemouth for another month, after starting 3 games in his first month at Dean Court.


He is yet to score in those 3 games, plus 1 from the bench, but he is impressing the Cherries manager Eddie Howe with his performances and he moved swiftly to extend the deal.


Things are not so good for Marcus Williams though who has returned from his one month spell at Peterborough. He played 3 games at London Road but had a torrid start when the Posh condeded 5 goals against Charlton on his debut.





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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 13 2010

Time: 7:25PM

 

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