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McNaughton seals Bolton loan

Bolton have signed defender Kevin McNaughton from Cardiff on a season-long loan.

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Kevin McNaughton: Returns to Bolton

Kevin McNaughton: Returns to Bolton

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The 31-year-old full-back returns to the Macron Stadium following his 13-match stint at the club during the first half of last season.

The Scottish international came through the set-up at Aberdeen and joined Cardiff in 2006. He has made nearly 300 appearances for the Welsh club.

McNaughton has over 500 career appearances and brings a wealth of experience to Dougie Freedman's Bolton side, who are bidding to return to the Barclays Premier League following relegation in 2012.

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