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Orient extend Loza loan

19:23 31 January 2014

Jamar Loza has extended his loan at Orient. Pic by Dave Howarth/PA

Jamar Loza has extended his loan at Orient. Pic by Dave Howarth/PA

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Orient have extended the loan of striker Jamar Loza until March 8.

The Norwich City youngster joined on an initial 28-day loan at the start of this month.

He has made two appearances for the O’s since arriving at Brisbane Road and set up the opening goal for Moses Odubajo at Shrewsbury Town on his debut.

Loza will provide strength in depth to an area where Orient are looking increasingly strong.

Top scorer David Mooney scored on his return to the team against Coventry on Tuesday, and they also have Kevin Lisbie, Chris Dagnall, Robbie Simpson, Yohann Lasimant and fellow youngster Shaquile Coulthirst, on loan from Spurs, in their ranks.

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