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Accies get Easton Back on Loan

Accies get Easton Back on Loan

Brian Easton will be rejoining his former club, Hamilton Academicals for the rest of the season on loan.

The left back's opportunities at Turf Moor have been limited since he joined Burnley FC from the SPL club in the summer.

He has made just one appearance in the first team this season in the Carling Cup game against Hartlepool at Victoria Park back in August last year.

Both Stephen Jordan and Christian Kalvenes were ahead of him in the pecking order for the left back spot and that was made worse today with the arrival of new signing, Danny Fox.

The 21 year old Scotland Under 21 international badly needs match experience and Laws clearly thinks that is best achieved by loaning him out for the rest of the season.


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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Friday January 29 2010
Time: 4:46PM

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No great surprise there although I did hear he was also being groomed for a left midfield role. Good luck to him though, clearly one for the future
turfmanphil
29/01/2010 16:49:00
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Wonder if he will ever progress to the Burnley first team? Ironic that had he been on the bench yesterday he would probably have got on the pitch! I think a loan is a good idea - Just wonder if he would have benefited more from going to a club he wasnt as familiar with? maybe a championship club?
Claretdale
31/01/2010 14:42:00
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I think this loan will do him good, plus a move back closer to his family might perk his confidence up a bit. Give him a bit more support.
skutter169
31/01/2010 18:54:00
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Funny one this - didn't get much of a chance to show what he could do. Perhaps next season he will.
RickersTwickers
01/02/2010 21:51:00
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