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Orient clinch Batt return

Leyton Orient have signed striker Shaun Batt on a permanent deal from Millwall.

Last Updated: 24/06/13 at 11:43

Shaun Batt: Back at Brisbane Road

Shaun Batt: Back at Brisbane Road

The 26-year-old, who had a successful spell on loan with the O's last season, has agreed a two-year contract at Brisbane Road.

Orient manager Russell Slade told the club website: "We're delighted to get Shaun signed up. He made a great impact when he came on loan with us and we wanted to keep him longer than we could do in the end.

"Shaun had attracted interest from the likes of Notts County and Preston so it's great that we can get him on board."

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terling is to Sanchez as Allen is to Xavi....Shut up Brendan, for once in your life just please, Shut up!

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aheem's been outstanding for us. Last season he was a young kid of 18 or 19 playing up top with some world-class players. This season he hasn't got that, that's the reality... Somewhere in the back of the room sits super Mario, slowly shaking his head...

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think you're forgetting that De Gea plays for MU and therefore is the bestest and stats are meaningless unless they show this. Lastly, the understanding of goalkeeping in still the stone ages in England, so I wouldn't pay too much attention the warm secretions that pundits and various hangers-on, have been emitting over De Gea.

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