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Spencer loan terminated, early, again

Striker Jimmy Spencer has had his loan spell at Crawley cut short after the young Terriers striker failed to shake off an knee injury.

The Terriers Academy product had a similar loan spell cut short at Brentford earlier in the season after suffering an injury early into his spell there.

Spencer joined Crawley four weeks, ago on a loan deal, until the end of the season. However Spencer is now back at Huddersfield as Crawley seek a replacement loan striker as the loan window re-opens next Thursday.




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Date:Wednesday February 6 2013

Time: 4:33PM

 

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