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Ipswich Town’s Jack Ainsley signs for Chelmsford

12:32 26 February 2013

Jack Ainsley

Jack Ainsley

IPSWICH Town youngster Jack Ainsley has joined Blue Square Bet South side Chelmsford City on loan for a month.

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The right-back has signed for the Clarets in time to play in the team’s game at Bromley this evening and joins Blues’ team-mate Joe Whight at Melbourne.

Manager Glenn Pennyfather said: “Jack’s played in the Championship as recently as this season and he’s a quality player without a doubt. I’m delighted Ipswich have allowed us to take him on loan so he can get some games.”

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