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Obita keen on Oldham stay

Jordan Obita is hoping to extend his loan spell at Oldham for a second month.

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Jordan Obita: Loving life at Boundary Park

Jordan Obita: Loving life at Boundary Park

The on-loan Reading winger's initial deal ends after Saturday's home League One game against Sheffield United, but he remains confident he will be staying at Boundary Park.

He told the club's official website: "I have spoken to Reading and it looks like they will extend my loan.

"I am playing games, enjoying my football and hopefully I will be staying."

The 19-year-old has enjoyed a successful spell with the Latics which saw him score against Everton in the club's recent run in the FA Cup.

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o is Jordan Ibe overqualified for this list or what? To be honest I was expecting to see his name, I thought he'd fit in perfectly. Maybe his name is too familiar? Because otherwise this list should be made for him. You could actually just insert his name & stats into the middle paragraph about Brandt and it would describe Ibe.

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hats not mind games, its just being an a**hole

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hat a wonderful compliment - that Wenger has been able to raise more funds for players running a football club than Jose's patron has in running the economy of a small country. I guess it shows there are different kinds of success.

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