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Elding Completes Kettering Switch

Alex outcast Anthony Elding has signed on loan for Kettering Town till January 3rd.

It will be Elding's second spell at the The Poppies, previously spending a 14 game loan spell with them in 2006.

Elding was told he was free to leave the club last week after a torrid 14 months with the club, which have seen him fail to find the net in the last year.

With Clayton Donaldson, Calvin Zola, Shaun Miller, Joel Grant and Byron Moore all able to play up front it's left Elding way down the pecking order with little chance of regular first team action.




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Date:Tuesday November 3 2009

Time: 11:27AM

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The BSP is just about Elding's level. He has been passed off as a striker thanks to one good season at Stockport.
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