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Easton Joins Raith Rovers On Loan

Easton Joins Raith Rovers On Loan

William Easton became the 4th Dundee United player to be loaned out this season, after he agreed to join Raith Rovers for a short time.

20-year-old Easton will train with the 2nd division side, with the intention of securing a loan deal until the end of the season.

Ross Gardiner is currently onloan at Arbroath, with manager John McGlashan hoping to extend his loan spell even further.

"Ross made his debut at Elgin and acquitted himself extremely well" said McGlashan.

"Ross has been signed on a loan deal for 32 days to cover the Dumbarton match on January 13."

"If he still wants to remain at Arbroath and Dundee United are happy for him to stay, then we would look to extend the loan period for another month or until the end of the season."

Meanwhile, Lee Wilkie is also doing well with 1st division side Ross County, but the Dingwall club are also hoping to keep him until May.

"We have to look at the possibility of keeping Lee here after his loan period but that will be up to manager Craig Levein," said manager Scott Leitch.

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Writer:Arab Jacques
Date:Wednesday January 10 2007
Time: 9:00AM

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Craig Levein really enjoys sending players out on loan deals doesnt he!!!
Who is next? Garry Kenneth probably!!!
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