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Sunday, 20 October 2013

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Townsend prepares for his travels around the football league

Andros Townsend has told Tottenham Hotspur boss Andre Villas-Boas he would like to go out on loan again before the World Cup Finals in Brazil next summer.

Townsend followed his goal scoring debut against Montengro with another solid performance v Poland as England qualified for the finals. Now the 22 year old hot property has signed a new contract with Spurs, trebling his wages, but is worried about his place in the team with Aaron Lennon returning to fitness. SO he has asked AVB can he go back out on loan.

IN the last four years the winger has been on loan at Yeovil, Leyton Orient, MK Dons, Ipswich, Watford, Birmingham, Leeds, Millwall and QPR. He is now planning to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the most clubs played for on loan - currently held by Jack Hemings of Norwich who played on loan for 47 clubs in the 1980s.

The player has met with his agent and is hoping to turn out for Newport County, Shrewsbury Town, Derby County, Coventry City, Dagenham & Redbridge, Plymouth Argyle, Nantwich Town, Burton Albion, Swindon Town, Partick Thistle, Queen of the South, Hibernian and the world famous Accrington Stanley.

A source close to Townsend told us "HE can't afford to sit on the bench anymore, the loan spells will get games, keep him fresh and on his toes and is bound to impress Roy Hodgson with his versatible approach"

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