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Dyer Joins Onloan

Southampton's 17 year old Nathan Dyer has joined Burnley on a month's loan.

It is expected that Dyer will go straight into tonight's team for the match against Hull and the England under 18 international is more than happy to have a chance to shine for the club.

'I am really looking forward to it. I have heard good reports about the club and the manager told me they like to get the ball down and get it wide so that is encouraging.

'Hopefully I will be given a chance to show what I can do and then it is up to me.'




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Date:Friday October 28 2005

Time: 5:47PM

 

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