Molesley farmed out to Pilgrims

Bournemouth midfielder Mark Molesley has moved on loan to League Two club Plymouth Argyle for an initial 28 days.

Last Updated: 23/11/12 at 10:54

Moseley: Hoping to get valuable game time

Moseley: Hoping to get valuable game time

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The versatile 31-year-old has not featured for the Cherries since Boxing Day 2011, but finished last season with Aldershot and came on as a late substitute in a defeat to the Pilgrims in April.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has spoken in recent weeks of the need for fans' favourite Molesley to get some valuable playing time under his belt having not made a competitive appearance in 2012/13.

Although he has been injury-free since Howe's return to the south coast, Moseley has found his first-team chances restricted by the form of those players in front of him.

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