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Jim will allow Jaime to go on loan

PUBLISHED: 21:00 26 September 2006 | UPDATED: 07:27 02 March 2010

IPSWICH boss Jim Magilton will allow Jaime Peters to leave on loan.

The Canadian international winger is one of a group of players the Town manager is willing to release temporarily.

IPSWICH boss Jim Magilton will allow Jaime Peters to leave on loan.

The Canadian international winger is one of a group of players the Town manager is willing to release temporarily.

Scott Barron, Sammy Moore and Chris Casement are the others who could be heading elsewhere after Magilton sanctioned a loan switch to crisis club Millwall for teenage striker Danny Haynes.

It says a lot for the current strength in depth at Portman Road that Ipswich would happily allow as many as five players to move on.

Peters has clocked up three senior appearances this season, starting the games against Crystal Palace, Wolves and Hull, but has not featured in Town's last six fixtures.

He has been the main victim of the introduction of midfield pair Mark Noble and Simon Walton, signed on loan from West Ham and Charlton respectively, who have played starring roles in the club's six-game unbeaten league run.

Left-back Barron is the most experienced, having made 17 first team appearances but the nearest he has come to playing this season was at Birmingham ten days ago, when he was an unused substitute.

Defender Casement has played a total of six senior games, with just one substitute outing in the current campaign, while midfielder Moore made his senior debut at the weekend as a late replacement in the 3-1 home win over Sunderland.

Magilton said: “There could well be some movement in the next week or so. I would have no problem sending any of these lads out on loan so that they can play on a regular basis.”

Meanwhile, 18-year-old fringe star Haynes is set to feature for Millwall against Brentford tonight in Willie Donachie's first game as caretaker manager.

Former Town coach Donachie took charge yesterday following the departure of boss Nigel Spackman and his first move was to recruit the pacy Haynes, who has netted four times in 24 first team appearances.

Millwall are desperate for a change of fortune after slumping to 23rd in League One as a result of winning just one of their ten league games.

Only the fact that Rotherham launched the campaign on minus ten points, as a result of going into administration, is preventing the Lions from propping up the table.

Magilton said: “Danny is a south London boy - he comes from just round the corner from The Den - and he jumped at the opportunity.

“This move will suit everyone. Playing competitive games will be good for Danny. It will keep him fresh and lively.

“After our game at Colchester on Friday we have a two-week break but Danny will keep playing and that will be good for his fitness.

“I have told him he is still very much a part of our plans here and he should look at this as part of his football education.

“We already have Liam Trotter on loan there and with Willie in charge Danny will find a couple of friendly faces waiting for him.

“He has an affinity for Millwall, since he comes from that area, and I would love to see him banging in a few goals while he is with them.”

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