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Hurst extends stay with Burton

Paul Hurst will be staying on loan with Burton Albion for another month the official site has confirmed.

So far the defender has made seven appearances for Nigel Clough's side, and following a request from Burton to extend the deal for a further month Rotherham boss Mark Robins has agreed.

Also, according to newspaper reports goalkeeper Mark Oxley is undergoing a trial with Premier League side Aston Villa.

The 5' 11" youngster is yet to feature for Rotherham but is said to be attracting interest from Arsenal, Chelsea and Everton, but Villa appear as if they have stole ahead of these clubs with the trial as they look to add him to their already impressive youth set-up.




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Date:Monday March 17 2008

Time: 5:48PM

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i can`t see Hursty coming back to be honest
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he can't he is getting paid at burton-lol
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