AFC Wimbledon extend loans of Sunderland and West Ham youngsters

15:28 13 February 2012

Billy Knott has extended his loan with AFC Wimbledon

Billy Knott has extended his loan with AFC Wimbledon

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AFC Wimbledon transfer news: The Dons have extended Billy Knott and George Moncur’s loans, while no deals have been made for Charlton’s Jason Euell and Arsenal’s Gavin Hoyte

AFC Wimbledon manager Terry Brown has confirmed that Billy Knott and George Moncur have had their loans extended by Sunderland and West Ham respectively.

However The Dons manager has not made any plans, yet, about extending the loan deals of Charlton’s Jason Euell and Arsenal’s Gavin Hoyte.

“I’ve been asked about the status of our loan players. I am pleased to announce that Sunderland and West Ham United respectively have agreed to extend the loans for Billy Knott and George Moncur,” he said.

“Jason Euell and Gavin Hoyte’s loans have not yet reached their expiry dates.”

Brown also revealed that the side have been able to train properly this morning after snow and ice caused problems during the previous week.

“For the first time in over a week, we were able to have a proper training session on grass this morning,” he added.

“It was a light session in view of the Tuesday night fixture at Northampton. All the players I reported as fit on Friday came through, apart from Jason Prior - it follows that Jason Euell is fit and available for selection.

“Jason Prior will receive further treatment from Mike Rayner during the week on a troublesome haematoma.”

AFC Wimbledon travel to Northampton tomorrow night.

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