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Alex-Ray Harvey back at Fleetwood on loan

21 year old Clarets' midfielder Alex-Ray Harvey has been sent out on loan again to Blue Square Premier side, Fleetwood Town after agreeing a one-month deal at the Highbury Stadium. He is currently training with the Trawlermen and could make his 'debut' against Hayes and Yeading on Saturday. Micky Mellon`s side currently have a number of injury problems and Harvey rejoins them after playing for the club last season and helping them reach the play-offs.

Harvey however does seem to be in Eddie Howe`s long-term plans having signed a new 12-month deal at Turf Moor earlier this summer and figured in a number of pre-season games with the senior squad.

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Date:Friday August 19 2011

Time: 1:24PM

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Came on in the 55 minute against Hayes and Yeading.
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Came on in the 55 minute against Hayes and Yeading.
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