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Thompson joins Brentford on loan

Young full-back Adam Thompson has moved to join Brentford on-loan for a month in order to secure first-team football.

The 18 year-old Northern Ireland international only broke into the first-team last season but has since fallen foul of the new five subs rule.

Thompson went on to make 11 appearances for the Hornet's first-team last season, scoring his first professional goal against Preston North End.

Uwe Rosler's Bees currently sit fourth in the League One table after an impressive start. Thompson will link up with former 'Orns Richard Lee and Toumani Diagouraga at Griffin Park.

Good luck Adam!




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Writer: Tom Bodell Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 25 2011

Time: 6:27PM

Your Comments

I think he is a quality player and be should our right back now!
ANDY710
I think he is a quality player and be should our right back now!
ANDY710
Really? I think in a few years he will have moved on/retired Lloyd Doyley. Potential most certainly there.
wfc123
Really? I think in a few years he will have moved on/retired Lloyd Doyley. Potential most certainly there.
wfc123
to be fair he is really young and not gettin a game so going out on loan is surely a good thing. regular competitive football will be to his and ours benefit
watfordbub
to be fair he is really young and not gettin a game so going out on loan is surely a good thing. regular competitive football will be to his and ours benefit
watfordbub
Prob a good thing.. Good luck...
watford1881
Prob a good thing.. Good luck...
watford1881
Hopefully he will the first of several to go out on loan to benefit their development - Murray, Smith, Assambalonga, Aldred to name a few, would all benefit from regular first-team league football. Fingers crossed for them all.
wfc123
Hopefully he will the first of several to go out on loan to benefit their development - Murray, Smith, Assambalonga, Aldred to name a few, would all benefit from regular first-team league football. Fingers crossed for them all.
wfc123
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