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Peterborough have extended the loan spell of Jamie Hand, but QPR have recalled Adam Miller.

The Posh have extended Hand's loan spell from Watford for a further month so he can provide cover to injured midfielders Paul Carden and Peter Gain.

Mark Wright is also hopeful of extending Lee Thorpe's initial one month loan from Swansea, after stating his desire to sign the player permanently in the January window.






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Date:Tuesday October 25 2005

Time: 6:43PM

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Mark Wright is also hopeful of extending Lee Thorpe's initial one month loan from Swansea, after stating his desire to sign the player permanently in the January window.woo
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