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Development Squad

Update on Sherring and Kurran-Browne loans


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AFC Bournemouth can provide updates on the loans of two development squad players:

Sam Sherring has returned from his loan spell with Accrington Stanley and joined Cambridge United until the end of the season. 

The central defender made 14 appearances for John Coleman's side during the first half of the campaign, but hasn't featured in any competition since the end of November. 

He'll now link up with fellow League One outfit, Cambridge, who sit 16th in League One. 

After the side's superb FA Cup win over Newcastle United on the weekend, Sherring will have a fourth round clash against Luton Town to look forward to at the start of February. 

Meanwhile, Connor Kurran-Browne has extended his loan at King's Lynn Town until the end of the season.

The winger has made two appearances for the National League outfit since making the move on a short-term loan in December, although King's Lynn have had a number of postponements in recent weeks. 

Kurran-Browne could feature for his loan side as they take on Notts County this evening and will be hoping to help the battle against relegation.

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