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Boyle Completes Loan Extension

Full back Patrick Boyle is to stay on loan from Everton for another month after his loan extension was finalised today. The 20 year old left back will now stay with the Alex till April 20th.

Boyle has already had two good months at Gresty Road covering for the injured Billy Jones in the left back spot and has made 12 appearances.

His last loan spell ran out on Tuesday but the extension was a formality following talks between Everton manager David Moyes and Boyle, who is out of contract this summer.

Boyle will now line up against Hartlepool in the game at Gresty Road on Saturday.












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Date:Thursday March 20 2008

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