Banton in Plymouth loan move

Plymouth have signed Crystal Palace's former England Under-17 winger Jason Banton on loan.

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John Sheridan: Signs Jason Banton

John Sheridan: Signs Jason Banton

Plymouth have signed Crystal Palace winger Jason Banton on loan.

The 20-year-old former Liverpool man arrived at Home Park on Thursday and will go straight into manager John Sheridan's squad for Saturday's game with Dagenham.

Banton, who began his career as a schoolboy at Tottenham before spells at Arsenal and Blackburn as a youngster, signed professional terms at Anfield in 2011 and spent a loan spell at Burton before joining the Eagles in October.

The former England Under-17 international made his Palace bow in the FA Cup third round draw with Stoke earlier this month.

Banton will be available up to, and including, the npower League 2 clash with Barnet on Saturday March 2.


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