Sahar on the move once again

Israel striker Ben Sahar completed a loan transfer to Dutch club De Graafschap's for the rest of the season on Friday.

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January 4, 2009 12:25
Sahar on the move once again

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Israel striker Ben Sahar completed a loan transfer to Dutch club De Graafschap's for the rest of the season on Friday. The 19-year-old, who is still under a three-year contract at Chelsea, moved to fellow Premier League club Portsmouth on loan at the start of the season but didn't settle at Pompey and failed to make even a single official appearance. Sahar, who will join up with his new teammates for a winter training camp in Turkey, played last season for both QPR and Sheffield Wednesday of the English Championship. At QPR, Sahar failed to score, playing in nine matches, while at Sheffield he found the net three times in 12 appearances and helped the side avoid relegation. De Graafschap's is currently just one place off the bottom of the Dutch league, two points more than last-place FC Volendam.

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