Bournemouth bring in King

Bournemouth bring in King

Bournemouth have completed their third signing of the week after agreeing a deal with Blackburn striker Joshua King.

Bournemouth chasing King

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Bournemouth are keen to sign Josh King from Blackburn Rovers, according to Sky sources.

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Duo earn Rovers deals

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Blackburn duo Matt Kilgallon and Lee Williamson will stay at Ewood Park for the 2015/16 campaign.

McCarthy robbed at gunpoint

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Former Blackburn and West Ham striker Benni McCarthy has been robbed at gunpoint at a barber shop in South Africa.

Friedel hangs up gloves


Tottenham goalkeeper Brad Friedel has announced he will retire from professional football at the end of the season.

​Fond memories for Friedel

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Brad Friedel told Goals on Sunday that he is looking forward to retirement after hanging up his gloves after 23 years in the game.

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