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Winger leaves early

Winger leaves early

Dundee United's on loan winger Keanu Marsh-Brown has been recalled by parent club Fulham after making just one appearance for the SPL club.

The teenager managed only ten minutes as a substitute in their recent 3-1 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

Marsh-Brown, 19, had a former loan spell with MK Dons and was due to remain at United until January but it appears never settled north of the border.

"Keanu is away back to Fulham," manager Peter Houston confirmed to the Dundee Courier. "He could not settle up here away from London, so we've let him go."

Meanwhile, defender Sean Dillon could return for the weekend game against Motherwell after shaking off a calf injury.

"Sean Dillon was back training today so will probably play in a bounce game on Tuesday," Houston added. "It will be great to get him back again. He's an experienced player and one who adds a lot to the side."

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