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Sinnott extends Town contract

Huddersfield midfielder Jordan Sinnott has signed a contract extension to stay at the West Yorkshire club.

Last Updated: 03/07/13 at 15:58 Post Comment

John Smith's Stadium: Jordan Sinnott has signed new deal at the club

John Smith's Stadium: Jordan Sinnott has signed new deal at the club

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Town's Under-21 captain has put pen to paper on a new deal that will keep him at the John Smith's Stadium until June 2015.

The Terriers have the option of a further 12 months on the central midfielder, who joined the club's academy at under-15 level.

Sinnott, son of former Bradford and Huddersfield defender Lee Sinnott, made his first-team debut for the Terriers in the FA Cup clash with Leicester last season and has made two further appearances.

He also spent a time on loan with Blue Square Bet North side Altrincham last season, making six starts.

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