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Young talent allowed to leave

Goalkeeper Jamie Young has been allowed to join Wycombe on a one year contract following a lack of oppurtunities at the Madejski Stadium.

Young, 20, has penned a one year deal with the Chairboys and has already featured for them in friendlies against Staines and Nuneaton Borough.

He began his career at Reading in the youth team but only made one appearance for the senior side.

Young also had a six-month loan spell at Rushden and made 24 appearances during his time at Nene Park

This move seems like one that could pay dividends for his career and he is wished well by Royals fans everywhere.




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Date:Tuesday August 8 2006

Time: 9:24PM

 

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