AFC Wimbledon raid Luton Town for full back

07:32 29 May 2012

Curtis Osano has signed for AFC Wimbledon

Curtis Osano has signed for AFC Wimbledon

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Transfer News: Curtis Osano signs for the Dons

AFC Wimbledon have announced that Luton full back Curtis Osano has joined the club.

The 25-year-old worked with Dons manager Terry Brown at Aldershot in 2006 and admitted the idea of linking up with him again was the clincher.

“Terry has known me since I was a kid and he knows what I am capable of,” Osano told the club’s official site.

“I learned a lot from him when I was at Aldershot. I spoke to Terry and he told me where the club is hoping to go.

“He told me that he knows what the problems were last season and he is trying to fix them next season. I think the club will progress and I want to be a part of it.

“Once I got my medical done I just wanted to sign as the chance to work again with Terry for a Football League team was too good to turn down.”

Osano made 32 appearances for the Hatters as they lost in the Blue Square Premier play-off final.

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