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Posh - Livermore Returns to Spurs

After making nine appearances for Posh, the young Spurs midfielder, Jake Livermore, has returned to White Hart Lane.

Livermore, who was on a loan spell at London Road until the end of the season, has returned as Spurs have an injury crisis ahead of their FA Cup clash with London rivals, Fulham, that sees them without Aaron Lennon, David Bentley, Jermaine Jenas and Tom Huddlestone.

Whether the twenty year old prospect will be allowed to London Road once the injury crisis eases at Spurs we`re unsure of.

If not, we`d like to take this chance to thank Jake for his efforts at London Road and we`re only sorry there were more defeats than wins.


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The Journalist

Writer: PoshPete Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 2 2010

Time: 5:19PM

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But was he any good is the pertinent question!
Merlin
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02/03/2010 19:15:00

I would hope to see him back with you once the injury problems ease, but sadly they look likely to be mid april at the earliest as things stand and it may hardly be worth him going back..
oxfordspur
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02/03/2010 20:31:00

I would hope to see him back with you once the injury problems ease, but sadly they look likely to be mid april at the earliest as things stand and it may hardly be worth him going back..
oxfordspur
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02/03/2010 20:31:00

I would hope to see him back with you once the injury problems ease, but sadly they look likely to be mid april at the earliest as things stand and it may hardly be worth him going back..
oxfordspur
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02/03/2010 20:31:00

Oppps sorry about that... :-(
oxfordspur
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02/03/2010 20:32:00

so good he had to say it three times - plonker!
Putney
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03/03/2010 19:48:00

 

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