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Thomas & Bassele return

AFC Bournemouth duo Wesley Thomas and Aristide Bassele have both returned to Dean Court following the end of their loan deals.

AFC Bournemouth development squad member Aristide Bassele had been on a youth loan with Lincoln City and the winger had made three appearances for the Conference Premier side.

Thomas had been on emergency loan with Championship side Blackpool after being reunited with manager Michael Appleton following his move from Portsmouth two months ago.

Thomas made nine appearances for Blackpool (7 starts) scoring three goals.

Blackpool had made an offer to extend his loan initially by one month, but the Cherries rejected the approach leaving the 25 year old striker who has now scored six goals this season (for Pompey and Blackpool), to return to Dean Court.

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The Journalist

Writer: DJ Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 2 2013

Time: 3:37PM

Your Comments

Where did Aristede Bassele come from? Can't say I have heard of him.
AFCB_REPUBLICAN
Where did Aristede Bassele come from? Can't say I have heard of him.
AFCB_REPUBLICAN
He was/is part of the development squad, i'm assuming poached from a local non league team but I don't know which
afcblover
You got him from Hayes and Yeading in the summer. I'd be suprised if you ever hear about him again. Absolutely dreadful here.
Luke Imp
So are we going to make use of Thomas's form or did we bring him back to sell him on now?
Will-AFCB
sell him on I think - he's trouble
balsallcherry
 

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