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Orient bolster squad with capture of Norwich striker Jamar Loza

19:29 06 January 2014

Jamar Loza during his loan at Coventry. Pic by Dave Howarth/PA

Jamar Loza during his loan at Coventry. Pic by Dave Howarth/PA

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Teenage Norwich striker Jamar Loza has joined Leyton Orient on a 28-day loan.

The 19-year-old is yet to make a first team appearance for the Canaries.

He spent a month on loan at fellow League One outfit Coventry earlier this season, making one substitute appearance.

Lozan, from Jamaica, came on as an 81st minute sub in the Sky Blues’ 3-0 win over Notts County in November.

He follows Stoke midfielder Jamie Ness and Spurs forward Shaquile Coulthirst in joining the club on loan while Marvin Bartley has extended his temporary deal from Burnley.

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