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Cook: Looking forward to Brighton

Cook: Looking forward to Brighton

Cherries centre-back, Steven Cook, has eyes only for the matches against his former club, Brighton, when the fixture list is released.

The 22 year-old, now free from the court case that overshadowed his season, will return to the club he left permanently in January 2012 during the impending 2013/14 season after The Seagulls failed to gain promotion.

He told afcb.co.uk:

'I can`t wait for the fixtures to come out and I`ll be looking to see when we have Brighton - that`s the first fixture I`ll be looking for... In a way, it was win-win for us because we both want to go back there and show them we can play in the Championship but if they had gone up it would have been nice because we both have friends there. I can`t wait to go back there and I`m sure Tommy (Elphick - another former Seagull on The Cherries books) can`t either.'



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Writer:Tierney
Date:Tuesday June 11 2013
Time: 9:48AM

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