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Davies and Collins Jnr Leave On Loan

Davies and Collins Jnr Leave On Loan

The club have just confirmed the Curtis Davies rumours and have added James Collins Jnr to the loanee list.

Davies will leave for Leicester City and is likely to make his debut in their Championship game against Hull tomorrow at the Crisp Stadium.

The loan is initially for a month, and it remains to be seen whether that will be extended until January and whether or not it will culminate in a permanent deal.

James Collins Jnr has also left on a month long loan and will be available for Burton Albion's clash against Stevenage tomorrow.

Collins had a good loan spell last season at Darlington and along with making 7 appearances, he also grabbed himself two league goals - obviously the first professional goals of his career so it'll be interesting to see how he goes with the Brewers.

Old Blues boy Paul Peschisolido told Burton's Official Site:

'I've been to watch James on a few occasions. He's a big lad and he's got a great attitude. He'll get on the end of things.'

Pesch also confirmed that if the initial deal went well, he would certainly be interested in extending the loan and confirmed he will be in the squad for tomorrow's match.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Friday October 15 2010
Time: 11:45AM

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Yeah, good move by the boss. Would like to see Davis playing well again.
magicmerson
15/10/2010 12:21:00
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Gotta play to play well. I fear this is more to do with the supposed wage increase than anything else, if it is it seems unlikeyl we'll see the lad play for us again. It's a shame because I thought, when played with an experienced CB such as Laursen, he did very well for us.
PTP
15/10/2010 14:00:00
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This is surely the first step towards the exit door for Davies. I wish him all the best in his future career. It's a real shame that his move to Villa has been such a disaster for both him and the club. Certainly no fault of his, and I'd like to thank him for the great service he gave us - particularly when he put his body on the line for the Villa cause in the last few months of the 08/09 season.
Albarnista
16/10/2010 21:45:00
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