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Molesley & Wakefield return

AFC Bournemouth duo Mark Molesley and Josh Wakefield have returned to the Cherries following their respected loan spells.

Molesley had joined up with League Two side Plymouth Argyle in November and made six appearances under former Cherries captain Carl Fletcher who had been manager at Home Park.

His loan had been extended to include the fixtures over the Christmas period but any thoughts of a further loan appear to have ended following Fletcher's dismissal.

AFCB Vital sponsored Josh Wakefield failed to make an appearance whilst on loan with Dagenham & Redbridge.

Meanwhile after former Cherries midfielder Steven Gregory had his contract at the club terminated by mutual consent in December, he has now joined Gillingham on an 18 month contract.

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Writer: DJ Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 3 2013

Time: 8:46AM

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Further loan moves? I can't see either featuring too much at the moment
balsallcherry
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03/01/2013 13:11:00

I like Moseley but I think it's time to move him on. We got enough expierence & we're on the brink of the Championship.
Will-AFCB
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03/01/2013 13:20:00

 

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