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Fraser: A club on the rise

New AFC Bournemouth signing Ryan Fraser has described the Cherries as a club on the rise following his transfer from Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen.

The Cherries and Aberdeen agreed an undisclosed fee reportedly in the region of 300,000 last week and after two days of negotiations the 18 year old signed a three and a half year deal to make the move to Dean Court.

He missed the Cherries 3-1 away defeat to Walsall, the sides first defeat in fifteen League One outings due to not receiving international clearance in time, but is hopeful the paperwork will be completed in time to be included in the squad for the Cherries game away to Hartlepool on Tuesday night.

Fraser told BBC Radio Solent...

'The club are on way up and I want to be a part of it,'

'It's just a very professional set-up, The training ground is looking really good and the way Eddie has got the club playing their football in terms of their passing it is a club on the rise.

'All the lads are really nice and I'm really looking forward to getting to know them better.'


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Writer: DJ Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 21 2013

Time: 3:45PM

Your Comments

Wellcome to bmth ryan i am sure you will settle in quickley and josh carmichael will help you with that
afcb1978
Fraser made a very wise decision joining are club. I'm 100% shore he wont regret it. Nice area, great team ethic, fans & a big future.
Will-AFCB
Carmichael's been here his whole life! And the rest of them speak English, it's not like he needs to sit in the corner with Frank and Lorenzo.
simonhpieman
 

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