Ajala makes Dons loan switch

AFC Wimbledon have made their third signing of the day by snapping up Toby Ajala on loan from Bristol City.

Last Updated: 23/11/12 at 10:48 Post Comment

Neal Ardley: Brings in another loan player

Neal Ardley: Brings in another loan player

The 24-year-old winger, who had a spell at Hull last year, will stay at the club for six weeks.

Manager Neal Ardley told Dons Player: "Toby is a lad who I watched a couple of times at the start of the season and I tried to get him into the Under-21s set-up when I was at Cardiff.

"However, Bristol City had already made a move for him prior to me watching him.

"They signed him on a short-term deal until January, but I think they are now in the process of trying to tie him up longer term because he has done so well.

"Toby is a player with pace who can play on either flank or up front. He is what we need as he can bring more pace to our attacking play."

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