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Lee Trundle has returned from his two month loan spell at League One club Leeds United, and with his return John Akinde has secured a loan move to Wycombe.

The ex-Ebbsfleet striker heads to the Causeway Stadium as they fight for promotion out of League Two. The move is for an initial month with City having a 24 hour recall clause, if City require his services back home.

Lee Trundle's return appeared to be on the cards as in recent weeks he has found himself on the bench. The ex-Swansea striker will now help the Robins as City fight for a play-off spot.




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Writer: AdamM Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 12 2009

Time: 11:08AM

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Will he help you?
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12/03/2009 11:14:00

Will he help you?
Our Kids Dad
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12/03/2009 11:14:00

I very much doubt it. He's too slow for this league sadly, Maynard and Adebola are better imo anyway.
Red Dawn
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12/03/2009 12:01:00

I very much doubt it. He's too slow for this league sadly, Maynard and Adebola are better imo anyway.
Red Dawn
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12/03/2009 12:01:00

trundle is way past his best although he can score some cracking goals.
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14/03/2009 16:12:00

trundle is way past his best although he can score some cracking goals.
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14/03/2009 16:12:00

 

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