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One Direction's Louis Tomlinson on Doncaster takeover

19 June 2014 Last updated at 19:05 BST

One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson says he "wants to make a difference" with Doncaster Rovers, after exchanging contracts on a joint takeover of the League One team with former chairman, John Ryan.

Doncaster-born Tomlinson, 22, is a lifelong Rovers fan and played for the club's reserve side against Barnsley earlier this year.

He told journalists that he was "willing to put a lot of time" into the club, despite his commitments to his band.

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