Date:Wednesday November 8 2006
Yeading have moved to ease their goalkeeping crisis ahead of Saturday's trip to League One leaders Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup.
With Delroy Preddie leaving to team up with former manager Johnson Hippolyte at Maidenhead, director of football Tony O'Driscoll has snapped up Mark Cousins on loan.
Nineteen-year old Cousins has joined from Championship outfit Colchester after impressive in the reserves and the glovesman made his debut in Saturday's creditable 1-1 draw with third placed Bishop's Stortford.
After falling behind, Yeading equalised through Nathan Bowden-Haase in the second half of the Conference South clash at The Warren.
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