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Blue Square Bet Premier club Woking have confirmed that terms have been agreed for the loan signing of goalkeeper…..

…..Seb Brown from npower League Two side AFC Wimbledon.

A product of Brentford’s youth system, Brown was signed by the Dons in August 2009 to provide extra keeper cover.

He had made the Bees’ first-team squad, as an unused sub in a League Cup game, when only 16 years old.

He signed professional forms at the end of 2007/08 and made his competitive debut in September 2008 in a Football League Trophy tie against Yeovil Town, which ended in a penalty shoot-out victory for Brentford.

In his first season with the Dons, Brown shared goalkeeping duties with James Pullen. Since then he has been almost ever present, with a total of 128 appearances.

In Wimbledon’s final Conference season he was first-choice keeper for the England `C` team.

Brown will be in tonight’s squad for the match at Barrow AFC.

Also signing forms for the Cards is 23-year-old left-back Rene Steer.

Luton-born Steer started his career with Arsenal and had a loan spell with Gillingham, where he made his League bow, whilst on the Gunners` books.

He moved to Oldham Athletic in 2009 and then returned south with Staines Town and then St Neots Town.

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