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Dickenson stays on at Spireites

Brennan Dickenson has extended his loan deal at League Two Chesterfield.

The 19-year-old winger will stay with the Spireites until January 5th, meaning he'll be available to play in their next 6 league fixtures - through a congested festive period.

Dickenson made an instant impression at the Proact Stadium, scoring a superb drive from outside the area on his debut during a defeat to Bristol Rovers, and has generally had a positive impact on Paul Cook's side as they prepare to mount a push for the play-offs.

With 3 starts and 2 substitute appearances to his name, the lively left-footer will look to gain further league experience before returning to the Albion where Gus, Luke Williams et al will no doubt assess his progress.




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Date:Tuesday December 11 2012

Time: 8:47PM

 

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