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Trundle Loaned Out To Leeds

Bristol City have loaned out striker Lee Trundle for a month.

The 32-year-old, who joins League One outfit Leeds, has struggled for goals this season with Bristol City netting only twice in 19 outings. Leeds manager Simon Grayson was delighted with his first capture though: 'Lee is a proven goal scorer,' Grayson told the official Leeds website. 'He brings something a bit different, and he has a great track record. It's good competition for places and he is a good acquisition to the squad.'

Trundle joined Bristol City from Swansea in 2007, where he has been extremely prolific during his four-year spell, for a fee of 1m.

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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 12 2009

Time: 3:55PM

Your Comments

Trundle d like a Tank
Tiny T
your manager does not have a clue how to play trundle ive heard hes been on the wings at times !!! why the hell spend 1 million on a STRIKER if you play him on the wing ? good luck for rest of the season!!!
gors jack
that is good because he can play more games and will get to be a better player.
lil blackpoolgas
I have heard from good sources he will be staying at leeds for the rest of season and even might join on a full time basis, Heard he loves it already at leeds and will not want to come back, lets hope its true would love him to stay at leeds....
turbo2
whats gone wrong with trundle i thought he was the main man for you??
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