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JayRod and Lund Out on Loan

JayRod and Lund Out on Loan

Burnley boss Brian Laws has allowed young striker Jay Rodriguez to join Barnsley on a month's loan.

Rodriguez moves to the Championship club for the chance to gain further valuable first-team experience ahead of a return to Turf Moor for the run-in to the season.

'It's important for Jay to play some first-team football,' said Laws.

'I think he's got a fantastic future and I think he still has a part to play this season.'

Rodriguez, who recently returned to action following four months out with a broken ankle, has been restricted to just two Carling Cup appearances for the Clarets this season - including one as a substitute against Barnsley.

The 20-year-old, a product of the Clarets' youth system, scored five times last season, including big cup goals against Tottenham, Fulham (right) and Queens Park Rangers and the goal of the season in a 5-0 league win over Nottingham Forest.

Mid-table Barnsley have seven Championship fixtures in the next month.

And Rodriguez could make his debut for Mark Robins' side against Preston at Deepdale on Tuesday night.

Meanwhile, young goalkeeper Jonathan Lund, 21, has joined Rotherham on a month`s loan.


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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Monday February 1 2010
Time: 5:19PM

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Both sensible moves. Unless there is any late news or some of our fringe players move up to Scotland where window doesn't close until 12 midnight it looks like we can now relax. Some of the European windows are also still open in Italy,France & Spain
turfmanphil
01/02/2010 17:23:00
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Great news, looks like sensible signings to strengthen the squad and keeping experienced players. Mr Laws is looking good, without spending a fortune the future is looking very much brighter. With a little better luck survival appears very much a yes yes.
cornwallclaret
01/02/2010 17:41:00
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Good move for the loan lads hope they get some first team action.
Grimsby Claret
01/02/2010 17:51:00
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Unless our first team 'keeper gets an injury, I can't see Lund getting into the side tbh
herringthorpe
01/02/2010 19:59:00
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I hope Jay Rod gets a few games for Barnsley as for Lund I think he will be behind the two Rotherham keepers so I don't think he will play any games, Good luck lads
8clarets8
01/02/2010 21:07:00
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It looks as if we got through with our main men still at Turf Moor. I'm still recovering from the effects of the rumours linking Eagles and Mears with notlob.
AndyHo
01/02/2010 21:11:00
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An excellent day with shrewd reinforcements to what is already a good squad. Rodriguez will benefit greatly from match practice after his injury and should return just in time to help us consolidate our mid table position. You're not wrong cornwall, the future is bright and I've already got the shades on.
WelshClaret
01/02/2010 21:32:00
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Is that the 3D shades WelshC ?
RickersTwickers
01/02/2010 21:47:00
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Of course. The rose tinted ones as always.
WelshClaret
02/02/2010 00:40:00
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Excellent business from Laws - he has strengthened in our weakest areas - unlike Coyle who just seemed to buy forwards - and sent out on loan the ones who need games. I would have liked Guerrerro (or however it's spelt!) to go out on loan too. Coyle got him when we have a surfeit of wingers so he has no chance to show what he can do. Like the sound of Cork - we have needed a good attacking midfielder for ages. Six in, nobody out - as I said the financial crisis has been great for Burnley. Couple of years ago Nugent would have been snapped up for 3 million as 'just in case' player. Now nobody can afford it even though Pompey were desperate to sell. This will be more and more in our favour. Up the Clarets!!
ozjean
02/02/2010 02:20:00
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