Howe pleased with Stock deal

Burnley boss Eddie Howe says new recruit Brian Stock will bring crucial npower Championship experience to his team.

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Brian Stock: Two-year deal with Burnley

Brian Stock: Two-year deal with Burnley

Stock's move to Turf Moor from Doncaster on a two-year deal reunites the 30-year-old with former Bournemouth team-mate Howe.

Stock is Howe's sixth summer signing and the Clarets chief told the club's official website: "Brian is a very good footballer who will suit how we play.

"He is someone we admired for a long time. He had a really good career at Doncaster and I thought he was impressive in the games he played against us over the past couple of years.

"Experience and leadership are two things we haven't got a great deal of and I certainly think he will add in those two areas."

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