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Bournemouth Sign a Fourth Royal

Not content with three Reading players already, Bournemouth have signed a fourth, Scott Golbourne on a one-month loan.

Golbourne joins Reading teammates Jem Karacan, Alex Pearce and James Henry who are already proving hits with Bournemouth.

The 18-year-old made his Premier League debut this season, and looks like having a very promising future, but this loan all adds to his experience and will be very beneficial.

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Date:Wednesday November 7 2007

Time: 4:00PM

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How many more players do they want on loan! So long as they look after them though, which they will, it's a good thing.
Madejski Royal
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07/11/2007 15:55:00

It will be good experience for the youngsters in a very tough physical league. They are probably also able to commute to Bournemouth without to much trouble.
dazza71
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08/11/2007 20:19:00

Yeah, good points dazza71, and true as well.
Madejski Royal
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09/11/2007 20:33:00

 

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