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Defender move competed


Filed: Friday, 6th January 2012
By: Staff Writer


Callum McNaughton has completed a permanent move to AFC Wimbledon.

We revealed yesterday how McNaughton - whose sole first team appearance for the Hammers came in the shock home defeat to Aldershot in the Carling Cup earlier in the season - was on the verge of joining the league newcomers having impressed manager Terry Brown during his recent loan spell.

And West Ham confirmed this morning that the deal has now been concluded, with McNaughton - who had been with West Ham since he was 14 - moving to the League Two club for an undisclosed fee.

AFC manager Brown, speaking to afcwimbledon.com this afternoon, said: "I am absolutely delighted that Callum has now signed a permanent deal with us. He had made great progress in the time he has been with us and will only improve over the coming years.

"I have no doubt he will have a long and successful time with us."





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