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Karacan hints at big future for defender

Reading midfielder Jem Karacan has said that his team mate and best friend Sean Morrison has a big future with the Royals and that fans won't be disappointed by him.

The 21-year old is still reportedly being chased by Championship side Huddersfield, but it appears that Morrison could well have a future at the Madejski Stadium. Despite signing from Swindon in January last year, he is yet to make a first-team appearance in a Reading shirt. However, the 6'4 defender played a crucial part in our pre-season tour of Portugal, participating in all three games.

Speaking to the Reading Post, Karacan said: "I love the geezer. He`s one of my best pals and it was sad to see him go to Huddersfield last year. Sean has only just turned 21 and he will definitely be a player to watch out for. It`s great to have him back and I think the gaffer knows that he can have a big future here.'

'I`m sure he will have a few clubs come in for him - he`s a brilliant young defender. Sean knows it will be good to get back here with the squad. He loves the boys and the club and has always wanted to play for Reading. Whether he needs to go out on loan again, I guess time will tell, but I`m sure Reading fans will see a lot more of him in the future."


Wiki Page: Sean Morrison

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Date:Thursday August 2 2012

Time: 1:13PM

 

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