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Short loan extension for Davies

Midfielder Scott Davies will remain with Wycombe Wanderers for a further twelve days after his parent club Reading agreed to extend his loan until Saturday 16th January.

The emergency loan extension means Davies is available for the Chairboys' forthcoming games against Leeds United and Charlton Athletic.

An attacking midfielder, Davies has already scored four goals in only fourteen starts for the Chairboys but will be returning to Reading after the Charlton game unless the two clubs are able to reach a standard loan agreement.




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Date:Monday January 4 2010

Time: 5:17PM

 

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