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Painter stays to face Millers

Rotherham United's next opponents Swansea have extended the loan deal of defender Marcus Painter.

Marcos Painter will remain at the Liberty Stadium for a second month
Swansea have extended their loan deal for 20-year-old Birmingham defender Marcos Painter for a second month.
The left-back's original loan was due to end after Saturday's 5-0 demolition of Carlisle, which Painter played in.
Painter played in 11 games during Birmingham City's stay in the premiership, including their creditable 2-2 home draw with Manchester United last December.

Swans manager Kenny Jackett told the club website: 'We have extended Marcos's loan spell, whether it will go beyond a second month I don't know.

'Birmingham manager Steve Bruce wants to see how his side comes through the busy Christmas and New Year period.'




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Date:Tuesday December 19 2006

Time: 3:01PM

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Richie Partridge will hopefully sort him out.
zipadeedoodah
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19/12/2006 15:04:00

Nothing special against us.
SeasideEssexXile
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19/12/2006 15:06:00

Painter didn't play against Blackpool - he was injured, no wonder he wasn't that special against you.
Goochy
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19/12/2006 17:04:00

He's kept a clean sheet in the 3 games he's played for us, lets hope he keeps up that record against you on saturday!!
KevinE
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19/12/2006 17:59:00

KEPT A CLEAN SHEET ?????? THOUGHT HE WAS A LEFT BACK.!!!!!!
zipadeedoodah
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19/12/2006 20:21:00

ok the TEAM has kept a cleansheet in the games he's been in! Because usually our defence is crap and that we always concede at least 1, it's our motto.
KevinE
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20/12/2006 12:57:00

 

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