Pitman re-joins Bournemouth

Bristol City striker Brett Pitman has joined his former club Bournemouth on loan with a view to making the move permanent in January.

Last Updated: 21/11/12 at 10:18 Post Comment

Brett Pitman: Returning to south coast

Brett Pitman: Returning to south coast

Jersey-born Pitman made his name with the Cherries before leaving in August 2010 to join Bristol City on a three-year contract.

He scored 20 times in 36 starts for City, making 81 appearances in total in just over two years at Ashton Gate.

Pitman joined Bournemouth as a 16-year-old, making his debut in the Carling Cup penalty shoot-out victory over Torquay United in 2005.

In five years with the Dorset club Pitman scored 62 goals in 197 appearances.

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