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St. Aimie's A Bee

Barnet have snapped up forward Kieron St. Aimie following his release by QPR

Only a matter of days have passed and already the 3 young players released by Gigi De Canio have found themselves new clubs. Shabazz Baidoo joined Dagenham and Redbridge and Pat Kanyuka became Maurice Malpas` first signing at Swindon.

Kieron becomes Barnet`s third signing of the transfer window following their captures of Cliff Akurang and Albert Adomah.

Barnet`s new signing spoke to the official website:

"I like what I hear from Paul Fairclough. I think I will do well under him…I`m sure that he will get the best out of me"

The length of the contract was not specified by the official website

Vital Football QPR would like to extend its thanks to Kieron and wish him all the best at his new club.

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Date:Thursday January 24 2008

Time: 8:00PM

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Ozanne, you need to catch up, i'm starting to pull away, credit due though you wont give up without a fight!! :)
will it ever happen
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24/01/2008 20:05:00

I agree, ozanne is putting up a fearce battle but the war isn't won just yet. May the best person win.
hoops
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24/01/2008 20:11:00

yep i'll try to catch you mate but you obviously have more time than me
ozanne park rangers
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25/01/2008 01:37:00

and good luck st aimie too
ozanne park rangers
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25/01/2008 01:38:00

ah! ain't that nice!
merlin
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25/01/2008 22:16:00

 

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