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Oldham have confirmed the loan signing of Manchester City's Albert Rusnak on a half-season deal.

Last Updated: 01/09/13 at 18:06

Albert Rusnak: Loan arrival at Boundary Park

Albert Rusnak: Loan arrival at Boundary Park

The former Slovakia Under-18 captain will stay at Boundary Park until January 5 having previously spent five years with the 2011/12 Premier League champions.

Having made his debut in an end-of-season American tour against Chelsea in St Louis, the 19-year-old midfielder will be hoping to gain some valuable first-team experience with Lee Johnson's men.

Rusnak was plucked from MFK Kosice in 2008 and has furthered his career playing for City's development squad since then.

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