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Bergqvist Joins From Aldershot

Exeter have confirmed the signing of former Aldershot defender Doug Bergqvist.

The 20 year old centre half came through the youth Academy systems at Reading and QPR.

Speaking to the Official Site CEO Julian Tagg said of the capture.

'We're delighted to have had the opportunity to bring in a young prospect of Doug's calibre. Not only does he have exciting potential for the future, but he has already played league football and knows what the game is about.'

Tagg says that we have had Bergqvist on our watch list for a while.

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Date:Saturday June 29 2013

Time: 8:21PM

 

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