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Gregory set for loan move

Gregory set for loan move

AFC Bournemouth midfielder Steven Gregory is reportedly set to leave Dean Court on loan ahead of the transfer window closing on Friday evening.

The English transfer window closes at 11pm on Friday and the Cherries are expected to be busy ahead of the window closing according to the Daily Echo's Neil Perrett on Twitter.

Perrett wrote...

"Expecting #afcb to be busy ahead of the #transferdeadline. One source says three players are on their way in, including a goalkeeper."

While Steven Gregory could be on his way out of the Goldsands Stadium, with Perrett adding...

"Southend United favourites to sign #afcb midfielder Steven Gregory on loan ahead of the #transferdeadline."

Gregory started his career at Wycombe and has had loan spells with non league sides Hayes and Yeading and Havant and Waterlooville before a move to AFC Wimbledon.

Whilst at AFC Wimbledon he made 78 appearances and in 2011 he helped them win promotion to the Football League via the Play-Offs.

In June 2011 Gregory joined AFC Bournemouth for an undisclosed fee and signed a contract to stay at Dean Court until the summer of 2013.

The midfielder made 32 appearances last season, including 23 League One starts, but hasn't featured in the league so far this season.


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Writer:DJ
Date:Thursday August 30 2012
Time: 7:45AM

Comments

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..probably a decent move for the lad..at least he might be playing for a manager who has a clue?
Garbo
30/08/2012 08:50:00
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Very good news for Gregory as he can fianlly get regular football.
Will-AFCB
30/08/2012 10:48:00
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Good luck to Gregory and I hope this further strengthens his career. Young players need well experienced and skillful mentoring which I guess he may not be getting from Groves. The Baldrick jokes for Groves are not appropriate when the future of Gregory is being discussed however I always get a feeling of André Villas Boas when I watch the Cherries play with Groves managing. Good luck to the lads on Saturday, and I hope Groves proves me wrong ...as I will be the first to apologise if his management finally pays dividends.
RedFlash
30/08/2012 20:32:00
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