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Chris Long extends loan to Brentford from Everton

23 February 2015

Striker remains with Bees for a further month

Striker Chris Long has extended his Youth Loan from Everton to Brentford for a further month.

The youth international striker joined The Bees last month.

His initial loan ended on Saturday, February 21, but it has now been extended until Saturday March 21.

Chris notched his first Brentford goal in the 3-1 Sky Bet Championship win over AFC Bournemouth on Saturday.

He has made five substitute appearances for The Bees in his first month, scoring that one goal.

Mark Warburton, Brentford FC Manager, said: Mark Warburton, Brentford FC Manager, said: “I am delighted with Chris’ contribution at the start of his loan.

“He has shown energy and enthusiasm, allied to his obvious quality.

“I feel confident all parties will continue to benefit from the loan being extended.

“I would also like to thank Everton for their continued cooperation.”

Chris has been on Everton’s books since he was five-years-old, working his way through The Toffees’ Academy.

He had a spell on loan at Milton Keynes Dons last year and scored on his first appearance in professional football – against Shrewsbury Town in January 2014.

Chris made his Everton debut earlier this season, when he played the final 11 minutes of a Europa League tie against FC Krasnodar as a substitute.

He has represented England at every level from Under-16 to Under-20, playing 13 games and scoring five goals.

He went to the Under-20 World Cup in 2013, playing in two of England’s three matches.


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