LUFC Leeds sign experienced defender
Leeds United manager Neil Warnock has made his second signing since arriving at the club with versatile defender Paul Robinson joining from Bolton Wanderers.
Robinson has joined on loan until April 9th making him available for eight of Leeds last twelve championship games this season.
The 33 year old can play anywhere across the defence and he is available for this evenings game at Hull City.
Robinson has made over 500 appearances in a career spanning almost 16 years with Watford, West Brom and Bolton.
The defender joined Bolton in January 2010 for £1 million from West Brom and he was a regular for the side in his first full season last season, making 40 appearances.
Robinson has made 21 appearances this season but his only two appearances in 2012 have been in the FA Cup third round in January against Macclesfield.
Warnock adds Robinson to the squad after bringing in his first signing Danny Webber last week.
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