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West Brom goalkeeper Lee Camp has joined Championship club Bournemouth on loan for a month.

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Lee Camp: Month's loan with Bournemouth

Lee Camp: Month's loan with Bournemouth

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The 29-year-old joined Albion on deadline day as a free agent, signing a rolling monthly contract to January, but is yet to make a competitive appearance.

West Brom retain the right to recall him with immediate effect, should Boaz Myhill or Luke Daniels become injured.

They are currently without England goalkeeper Ben Foster, who is sidelined by a stress fracture in his right foot.

Northern Ireland international Camp was at Norwich last season and has also

played for Nottingham Forest, QPR and Derby.

The goalkeeper could make his Cherries debut in Saturday's Championship clash at home to Bolton.

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