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Cherries bring in Peters

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Bournemouth have signed Ipswich's right-back Jaime Peters on a one-month loan deal.

Tractor Boys manager Paul Jewell had said earlier this week that he was prepared to allow some of the fringe players within his squad to leave on loan, if the right offers came in, following the reciept of a number of unsatisfactory offers.

Jewell has allowed the 24-year-old to join the south coast side in order for him to gain some valuable first-team experience, as his chances have been limited at Portman Road following the emergence of Carlos Edwards as the club's new right-back.

The Canadian, who has made only one Carling Cup appearance so far this season despite being a regular last term, is expected to go straight into the the Bournemouth squad for their game against Hartlepool on Saturday.

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Ipswich Town
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