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Demouge: Happy to be back in the Netherlands

AFC Bournemouth striker Frank Demouge is happy to have returned to his native country after a disappointing six months in England.

Demouge has joined Dutch club Roda JC, an Eredivisie side based in Kerkrade, Netherlands.

The loan move will see him return to the top flight of Dutch football for the remainder of the 2012/13 season.

Roda are currently 16th in the 18 team Eredivisie, but Demouge believes he can help the side battle against relegation.

Demouge told fcupdate.nl...

'I'm happy to be back in the Netherlands. Roda is a nice club',

'I love pressure. Roda I can help. We need to quickly look up instead of down.'


Roda JC General manager Marcel van den Bunder told rodajc.nl...

'...Frank is a Dutch boy with a lot of experience in the Eredivisie...

'...I am convinced that we have a lot of fun...'


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Writer: DJ Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 29 2013

Time: 9:00AM

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Good Luck to Frank...hope it is a positive move for him
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29/01/2013 09:24:00

Good luck. You came with a 'sick note' reputation & that was certainly enhanced during your time with us. You have hardly been 'value for money'. I am sorry if anyone thinks his harsh, it is a fact.
believe!
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30/01/2013 08:11:00

 

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