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Burnley secure Livingston youth

Hibernian defender Ewan Moyes
Moyes scored an own goal in his first game on loan to Livingston

Burnley have signed 17-year-old striker Joe McKee from Livingston, who themselves added four new players in time for one to make a nightmare debut.

McKee, who signed for Livi from Dundee United in October, has moved in a deal that includes a friendly between the West Lothian side and Burnley.

Livi signed Hearts youths Jonathan Brown and Stephen Husband on loan and veteran striker Robbie Winters.

Hibernian's Ewan Moyes started his loan with an own goal against Albion Rovers.

The 19-year-old defender headed into his own net for the only goal of the Third Division game in Coatbridge.

Livi's side also included 19-year-old defender Brown and 18-year-old midfielder Husband, who had a previous loan spell with Cowdenbeath.

The 34-year-old Winters had to wait until the 67th minute to play alongside brother David in Livi's attack.

Former Aberdeen, Dundee United, Brann Bergen and Clyde striker Robbie started the game, with David coming on as a substitute.

Livi manager Gary Bollan told his club website: "Robbie Winters will bring goals and a new dimension to the side.

"Giving Robbie the opportunity to play alongside David has been a key factor in convincing him that his immediate future should be at Livingston."



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see also
Albion Rovers 1-0 Livingston
29 Aug 09 |  Scottish League
Hearts snap up Kaunas midfielder
28 Aug 09 |  Hearts


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