Spireites extend Dickenson stay

Chesterfield have secured the services of Brighton teenager Brennan Dickenson for a further three weeks.

Last Updated: 11/12/12 at 14:30

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The winger, 19, will remain at the Proact Stadium up to and including January 5, which means he will be eligible for the away match at Wycombe on that date.

Dickenson signed for the Spireites on a short-term deal from the Am Ex Stadium last month, going on to make five appearances since, three of which have been starts.

He scored for the League Two outfit on his debut in the 3-2 victory over Bristol Rovers.

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