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Striker move falls through

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Striker Jamie Reed appears set to remain at York City after a proposed move to Kidderminster Harriers fell through.

"It looks like Reedy is still with us" - Gary Mills
The 25-year-old has continued to find opportunities restricted this season at Bootham Crescent, with his four goals in seventeen appearances mainly coming when being used as an impact substitute.

"Nothing has happened with Kidderminster," manager Gary Mills told The Press. "They came in and we actually agreed. They have gone back and I hear they have signed someone else, so it looks like Reedy is still with us. Nobody else is going to be going out but players could go out on loan when the window opens next week."

Meanwhile, Mills hopes that recent loan signings, Blackburn Rovers centre-back Jack O'Connell and Swansea City full-back Curtis Obeng, will both stay at York beyond their original one-month: "At the moment, the agreement with both of them is they are both here for a month with a view to staying longer," he added.

Mills admitted he may again strengthen his squad with a couple more loan additions when that particular window reopens next Thursday.

"There are a couple of players we are talking about," he continued. "Although the deadline has ended, the loan window opens up again
next Thursday and you can bring players in then."

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Date:Thursday January 31 2013

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