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Cherries linked with Ian Harte

Cherries linked with Ian Harte

AFC Bournemouth have been linked with a summer move for former Leeds, Reading and Republic Of Ireland left back Ian Harte.

The 35 year old was released by Reading following their relegation from the Premier League at the end of last season and despite former club Leeds United, who are now managed by Harte's former manager Brian McDermott also showing an interest Sky Sports understands that...

Bournemouth are leading the race to sign veteran defender Ian Harte.

Veteran Harte made his debut for Leeds United in the Premier League in 1996 and has gone on to make over 500 appearances for Leeds, Levante (Spain), Sunderland, Blackpool, Carlisle, Reading and Republic Of Ireland.

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Writer:DJ
Date:Monday June 24 2013
Time: 8:08AM

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Good heavens, is he still going?!
The Fear
24/06/2013 09:13:00
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...has plenty of experience could be shrewd move...be funny watching him fighting with Brett for the free kicks and penalties !!!
garbo
24/06/2013 11:07:00
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Used to be one of my favourite Premiership players back in the day, despite the fact he played for Leeds. Might be a good move - won't be able to play too many games, hopefully won't need to with Daniels as first choice, but good solid cover.
simonhpieman
24/06/2013 12:08:00
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^agree good cover for Daniels
cows-go-moo
24/06/2013 13:04:00
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I'd welcome him. I think our current squad is designed to be a Championship squad but just needs a few additions to ease us in. I still believe Bartley or at least someone with similar traits & a new striker are needed tho.
Will-AFCB
24/06/2013 13:43:00
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