Cofie goes back to Red Devils

On-loan Manchester United striker John Cofie has returned to Old Trafford following the end of his loan spell at Notts County.

Last Updated: 11/03/13 at 20:30

John Cofie: Scored just once for Magpies

John Cofie: Scored just once for Magpies

The 20-year-old scored on his Magpies debut to earn Chris Kiwomya's side a 1-1 home draw against Crewe, but it was the only goal he managed during his month-long stay at Meadow Lane.

Cofie made seven appearances, six of them starts, for the League One club, the last of which came on Saturday during the goalless draw at Crawley when he was introduced as a 79th-minute substitute.

Asked if he would like to extend the loan deal, County manager Kiwomya told reporters: "I need to sit down with John (Cofie), the chief executive and the chairman to see where we go from here."

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