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Ipswich Town defender Joe Whight joins Chelmsford on loan

17:47 12 February 2013

Joe Whight

Joe Whight

IPSWICH Town defender Joe Whight, has joined Blue Square Bet South promotion hopefuls, Chelmsford City, on loan until the end of the season.

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The 19-year-old left-back is out of contract at Portman Road in the summer and has yet to make a first-team appearance for the Blues.

Whight, who will still be eligible to play for Town’s under-21 team, could make his Clarets’ debut in their home game against Farnborough on Wednesday evening.

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2 comments

  • IT'S ALL THIS CLUB SEEM TO BE DOING , KICKING THE YOUNG ONES OUT AND BRINGING IN THIRTY YEAR OLD PLAYER'S , IF HE WAS'T GOOD ENOUGH TO PLAY AT THIS LEVEL WHY THE HELL WAS HE BOUGHT HERE ,, HE IS 19 YEARS OLD AND IF HE CAN'T GET INTO THIS SHOWER OF ( S--TE ) IT DON'T SAY A LOT FOR HIS POTENTIAL DO IT..

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    MIGUEL100

    Wednesday, February 13, 2013

  • Good luck joe anywhere must be better than playing for the duds at portman road.

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    ged scott

    Wednesday, February 13, 2013

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