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Loza returns to Norwich after Orient loan ends

14:06 10 March 2014

Jamar Loza has returned to Norwich. Pic by Dave Howarth/PA

Jamar Loza has returned to Norwich. Pic by Dave Howarth/PA

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Jamar Loza has returned to Norwich after Leyton Orient chose not to extend his loan spell.

The 19-year-old made three appearances during his time at Brisbane Road including one start against Shrewsbury Town, where he setup Moses Odubajo for the opening goal.

He was on the bench for Saturday’s draw at Notts County with David Mooney out with a rib injury, but manager Russell Slade has deemed him surplus to requirements.

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