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Wagstaff returns to Addicks

Midfielder Scott Wagstaff has returned to Championship outfit Charlton following the end of his loan spell at Leyton Orient.

Last Updated: 13/11/12 at 16:38

Wagstaff: Leaving Orient

Wagstaff: Leaving Orient

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The 22-year-old made seven appearances for the League One outfit during his month stay at Orient, six of which were starts.

Wagstaff has featured just once for Charlton this season, ironically against the O's in the Capital One Cup in August, where he scored the Addicks only goal.

His spell at Brisbane Road was the third time he has gone out on loan since signing professional terms with Charlton in 2008.

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