Whites duo stay out on loan

Leeds have agreed to extend the loan spells of teenage pair Dominic Poleon and Zac Thompson at League One side Bury until the New Year.

Last Updated: 19/11/12 at 20:55 Post Comment

Dominic Poleon: Loan extension with Bury

Dominic Poleon: Loan extension with Bury

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Striker Poleon and defender Thompson, both 19, have spent the last month at Gigg Lane and will now stay on until January 3.

Poleon has scored two goals in eight appearances for the Shakers, while Thompson has scored once in five appearances.

Both players have been given permission to play in the cup competitions for the Shakers, now managed by former Leeds boss Kevin Blackwell, but there is a 24-hour recall clause.

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