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Bournemouth Sign Ryan Garry

Former Arsenal defender Ryan Garry, released recently by the Gunners, has signed a short-term deal with League One side Bournemouth, becoming the Cherries fifth signing of the summer, various news sources, including bbc.co.uk and TEAMtalk, report.

Garry, for a long time seen as an exceedingly promising young defender, was plagued by injuries during his time at The Gunners, making just two first team appearances, and after impressing during a Trial with Bournemouth, has signed an initial deal that will run through 'til January.

I am sure everyone at VF Arsenal would like to join me in wishing Ryan the very best of luck in staying injury free and fulfilling the promise that was seen in him at Arsenal.




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Writer: Wingston Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 6 2007

Time: 9:41PM

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Back on newsnow baybee! I dont really care about Garry.
Goofle
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06/08/2007 22:04:00

Oh yes welcome but spare a thought for gary and wish him well.
Zimbolicious
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07/08/2007 06:52:00

such a fascinating story!
rk1888
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10/08/2007 20:26:00

 

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