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Buzsaky joins the Tykes on loan


Tomorrow sees the closing of the emergency loan window and Pompey appear to be ready to do some business by clearing the decks.

Today Akos Buzsaky has joined Barnsley on loan until the end of December. It was thought he might make a permanent move but the deal is just a loan at present. Most fans assumed the Hungarian midfield ace had been injured of late but the truth turns out to be that he had said he wanted to move up the leagues and now he has his wish.

Meanwhile Mikkel Andersen has returned to Reading after his 93 day loan was up. Boss Guy Whittingham hopes to have a replacement at training in the morning. The player is tipped to be Oldham stopper Alex Cisak.

Added to that two development squad members Dan Thompson and George Colson have joined Blue Square Bet South side Dorchester on loan for a month.

Let`s see what tomorrow brings by the way of arrivals and maybe even departures.

PUP




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Writer: eastneydave Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 21 2012

Time: 8:06PM

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A sad day really when going to Barnsley from us is considered a positive move, just goes to show how far we have fallen in such a short time. The rise & fall....
storagematt
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22/11/2012 09:31:00

Yep, it's sad Matt. And how can you call it a team when most are with us for only a few games? It must be a manager's nightmare!
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22/11/2012 11:09:00

 

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