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Bennett extends loan deal

Fresh from scoring the winner in the local derby at Port Vale on Tuesday night Elliot Bennett has extended his spell with the club until January 1st 2008.

The Wolves manager Mick McCarthy has given the green light for the Telford born youngster to remain in South Cheshire for the remainder of this year and as revealed earlier on Crewe Vital he is eligable for the FA Cup match against MK Dons this Saturday.

Bennett will add much needed pace to the Crewe squad. The Crewe faithful will be hoping he can notch a few more goals in his spell with the club.




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Writer: Matt Owen Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 8 2007

Time: 5:35PM

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