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Bradley remains with Bristol

15:55 18 December 2014

Daggers Bradley Goldberg (pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO

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Daggers forward has earned loan extension

Bradley Goldberg has extended his stay with Conference Premier side Bristol Rovers until January 24.

The Daggers forward moved to Memorial Stadium at the end of November and has made four appearances for Darrell Clarke’s side.

The 21-year-old made his full debut for the Gas during their goalless draw with Welling United on December 6.

However, the former Bromley has only had brief roles in his three other run outs and been an unused substitute on two occasions.

His loan was due to finish this weekend, but he can now play in seven more matches for Rovers until his loan ends towards the end of January.

He made his Daggers debut during the 3-0 defeat to Morecambe on the opening day of the season.

The forward has featured seven times under manager Wayne Burnett this campaign, all from the substitutes bench.

And with forwards Patrick Agyemang and Alex Jakubiak moving to Victoria Road on loan recently, it makes sense for Goldberg to remain with the Conference club.

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