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St Aimie Leaves Bees

St Aimie Leaves Bees

QPR youth product Kieron St Aimie has left Barnet by mutual consent.

Once a young talent with high hopes for the QPR first team, Kieron wowed the crowd that attended a pre-season friendly against Celtic with a stunning solo effort.

Little over a year and a half later and Kieron has been released of his contract by League Two outfit Barnet by mutual consent.

He told Dennis Signy at barnetfc.com: 'I would like to thank Barnet FC for my time at the club. I am sorry it did not work out for us'.

St Aimie managed only 15 appearances for the Bees without troubling the scorers while also having successful loan spells at Conference National sides Grays Athletic, Stevenage Borough and Lewes.

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Writer:Boxer
Date:Monday February 23 2009
Time: 5:59PM

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What great potential that lad have, I can't pinpoint where it all went wrong for him. At 14 he was in the reserve side at Rangers.
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