Seaborne makes winning debut

Daily Echo: Seaborne winning debut Seaborne winning debut

Saints loanee Dan Seaborne made a winning debut for Bournemouth in last night’s 2-1 League One victory at Hartlepool.

The versatile defender started at right back in place of Steve Cook, who is currently taking part in a Crown Court trial at The Old Bailey in London.

Cherries’ victory in the north east lifted Eddie Howe’s men back into the third division play-offs.

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10:31am Wed 23 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

Poor show Seabourne they are the only team below the skunts in that league you should have given away a couple of penalties.
Poor show Seabourne they are the only team below the skunts in that league you should have given away a couple of penalties. SO50 Saint

10:47am Wed 23 Jan 13

chapelsaint says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Poor show Seabourne they are the only team below the skunts in that league you should have given away a couple of penalties.
I think the article had more to do with the fact the Dan got a game after a long spell without playing and, as a an aside, was on the side that eventually won!
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Poor show Seabourne they are the only team below the skunts in that league you should have given away a couple of penalties.[/p][/quote]I think the article had more to do with the fact the Dan got a game after a long spell without playing and, as a an aside, was on the side that eventually won! chapelsaint

10:49am Wed 23 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

Thanks for that chapel I never realised on a side note good luck to Dan was always a reliable player for Saints when needed
Thanks for that chapel I never realised on a side note good luck to Dan was always a reliable player for Saints when needed SO50 Saint

1:42pm Wed 23 Jan 13

City Saint says...

Well done Dan. Stay away from the nightclubs.
Well done Dan. Stay away from the nightclubs. City Saint

4:01pm Thu 24 Jan 13

abbiscuits says...

nice one dan the man
nice one dan the man abbiscuits

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