Filed: Friday, 11th December 2009
By: Staff Writer
West Ham reserve goalkeeper Marek Stech has joined Bouremouth on a weeks' loan.
The 19-year-old stopper has been training with the Cherries this week and is set to make his debut at Morecombe tomorrow as regular number one, former Spurs keeper Shwan Jalal.
Stech, who joined the Irons in 2006 from Sparta Prague has slipped to third in the pecking order at West Ham following the arrival of the more experienced Peter Kurucz, who made his first team debut against Manchester United last weekend.
Although the initial loan period is for a week, that could be extended should Bournemouth wish to do so. The Cherries become the second club for whom 6'3" Stech has played on loan this year following a spell at Wycombe in March that ended prematurely due to injury.
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