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Fraser: Dream to play in England

Fraser: Dream to play in England

New AFC Bournemouth signing Ryan Fraser is looking forward to making the move from the Scottish Premier League to England.

The 18 year old made the move from Aberdeen to the south coast last week, but is still awaiting a chance to make his debut due to the lack of international clearance.

He cost the Cherries a reported fee in the region of £300,000, with Fraser signing a three and a half year deal and the winger is looking forward to starting his new career south of the border.

Fraser told the Daily Echo...

'My focus at Bournemouth is to improve as a player and try to help the team. They are going very well at the moment and, hopefully, I can be a part of their success. Coming here was a new opportunity and it is every boy`s dream to play in England.

"It is a very professional club with a very professional manager and staff. I love the way the manager gets the team playing football.

"What he has done since he came back has been phenomenal and I wanted to be a part of that."


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Date:Tuesday January 22 2013
Time: 8:29AM

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