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Willock gone Posh again

last updated Tuesday 18th November 2003, 10:13 AM
Fulham striker Calum Willock further strengthened Peterborough United boss Barry Fry's forward options by signing on a month's loan.

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Posh have found goals difficult to come by this season scoring just 15 times in 13 league games and Fry has been busy in the transfer market in an attempt to rectify this.

Boston United striker Richard Logan arrived on loan in late September with Matt Nolan of Hitchin Town signing a permanent deal at the same time, but Fry still felt the need to bring in the Fulham youngster.

Twenty-one-year-old Willock has made just five substitute appearances for the Cottagers, but has some Football League experience having had loan spells with QPR and Bristol Rovers.

Paul Nevin, Fulham Assistant Academy Director, said "His pace and power will be a massive attribute for Peterborough or any team in the Second Division. He's played for several years in the reserve but hasn't yet established himself in the first team here."

"We felt that it would be better for him to go out and build his profile at another club. He's a very dangerous player who is at his his best when the ball is played in front of him. Very few defenders can cope with him in those situations."

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