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OFFICIAL: Assombalonga extends Southend stay

Watford youngster Britt Assombalonga has this evening agreed an extension to his loan spell with Southend United.

The 19 year-old attacker has excelled with the Shrimpers since joining on-loan, netting four goals in six games.

Assombalonga will now remain with Paul Sturrock's League Two outfit until January 3 2013.

Southend sit 13th in League Two after a sluggish start to the new campaign.

Good luck Britt!




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Writer: Tom Bodell Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 13 2012

Time: 8:34PM

 

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