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Alex-Ray Harvey Off To Fleetwood Town!

Blue Square Bet Premier non-league club, Fleetwood Town have signed 20-year-old midfielder Alex-Ray Harvey on an initial one-month loan hoping he will be able to help them achieve their dream of reaching the play-offs.

Fleetwood are managed by Micky Mellon, the former Clarets midfielder

Harvey has yet to make a senior appearance for the Clarets after coming through the youth ranks at Turf Moor and being given squad number 38 shirt this season.

He has however been a regular at reserve team level and is a highly rated prospect at the club.

He has been training with them this week and will now play for Fleetwood Town until 16 April and looks set to make his debut in Fleetwood's home game with fellow promotion rivals Wrexham on Saturday.

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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 18 2011

Time: 3:47PM

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Been keeping an eye on Micky Mellon and Fleetwood this season he seems to be doing a good job, I am sure Alex will benefit from his experience.
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