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Chelsea Youngster To Head Back

On loan Chelsea youngster Ben Gordon will return to his parent club when his loan spell with Birmingham comes to an end on January 7th.

The 21 year old defender came to St Andrews at the start of the season on an initial six month loan spell.

However, the player has not enjoyed a great deal of success with Blues and no attempt will be made to extend his loan spell.

Gordon has made just two starts for City, the last of which came at the end of August.

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Date:Monday December 31 2012

Time: 9:49PM


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