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LUFC O'Brien extends loan with Leeds

Leeds United have extended the loan deal of Andy O`Brien from Bolton Wanderers.

The defender was due to go back to the Reebok after Saturday`s game with Reading but after impressing in his original month on loan, Leeds have decided to extended it until January 4th.

The 31 year old has helped Leeds to remain unbeaten during his stay, winning three and drawing two of their five games.

As well as impressing in defence, the Republic of Ireland international also scored his first goal in Leeds colours when he netted against Hull City.


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 24 2010

Time: 6:53PM

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I was so confident that he was going to stay that I made sure I had a picture of him for the articles. I still think he will be signing a two and a half year deal in January. He's been immense, not just his own play but actually organising the rest of the side.
dazza71
Great news lets hope we can get him permanently
Tiny T
 

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