Writer: Site Staff
Date:Friday August 8 2008
Brentford have signed Bristol City duo James Wilson (above) and Frankie Artus on loan.
The pair have joined Brentford on month long loan deals, with Bristol City manager Gary Johnson looking for them to gain some first-team experience at Griffin Park, which he thinks will be very beneficial: 'It is a brilliant move for them because they need to be competing for league games,' Johnson told the official Bristol City website. 'I want to see them playing league football. Once they have played 10 games at that level, they will have gained their 'men's game' experience.'
Both Wilson and Artus are products of the Bristol City academy.
This loan move should be beneficial to all parties involved shouldn't it? Do you think that the loans might be extended for longer?
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Date:Friday August 8 2008
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