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Forster set for loan move

Forster set for loan move

Reserve team coach Lee Clark has outlined how happy he is with reserve team keeper Fraser Forster`s form and has heralded him as a future loanee come January:

"He's got two great examples in Shay and Harps to look up to as well as two top coaches in Terry Gennoe and Adam Sadler, our goalkeeping coaches. Tim Krul is also at an important stage because he is playing at first team level for Falkirk and the games he is playing in are competitive with results at stake. We have two great keepers now and the future looks good as well.

Tim Krul will be back in January and who knows? We might switch things round a bit and Fraser may go out on loan and Tim will play reserves. Going on loan would help him improve all parts of his game. And it is important for us to have the competition in the side for keepers. At the moment at first team level we have two top keepers battling it out for number 1 spot.'

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Friday October 5 2007
Time: 11:21AM

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Neither of them will get past Shay in the pecking order.
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05/10/2007 13:27:00
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