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Saints Sign Reading Striker On Loan

Saints Sign Reading Striker On Loan

Nigel Adkins the Southampton manager has built a big reputation for furthering the careers of youngsters and he will be looking to add Bignall to his growing list of young talent that he has helped to improve.

Bignall is Reading born and bred and has come threw the ranks from the Reading Academy. He topped the scoring charts for the under 18's two years running and will hopefully be a big aide to our campaign.

This season Nicholas was brought on as a substitute for Reading in their game at St Mary's. So he will at least have sampled the atmosphere down here.

He will wear the number 31 shirt for the Saints.

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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Friday October 8 2010
Time: 6:26PM

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big and powerful is he? He might be able to give us a hand then to give Rickie some much needed support.
stellarnw
08/10/2010 19:20:00
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Could he be another Antonio? A player to come on and terrorise the oppoition defences with his pace and brawn.
sfc4ghg
09/10/2010 09:56:00
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Could he be another Antonio? A player to come on and terrorise the oppoition defences with his pace and brawn.
sfc4ghg
09/10/2010 09:56:00
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