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Bachmann loaned to Wrexham

Bachmann loaned to Wrexham

Academy graduate goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann has moved to Wrexham on a half season loan.

The Austrian 20-year-old will play for Wrexham, who play in the Vanarama Conference, one division below the football league until January 1st 2015, in search of valuable first team football, after a successful trial in North Wales.

Bachmann has graduated through Stoke`s youth system but has yet to play a senior first team game, although he was named as an unused substitute in last season`s F.A. Cup fixture against Leicester.



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Writer:Lloyd Reddin
Date:Tuesday August 5 2014
Time: 6:04PM

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