NORTHAMPTON DETAILS HARRIS LOAN
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JOHN KRETLOW - Thursday, November 4, 2010
Northampton Town have confirmed that American Seb Harris has been loaned to Stafford Rangers who play in the Football Conference, England's fifth level of soccer.

The Michigan native joined Northampton Town in August of 2009 and has lost playing time of late for the League Two team.

"He has been loaned to Stafford Rangers," the Northampton Town head of media Gareth Willshire told Yanks-Abroad. "The loan is for one month. This is to help out Stafford. (Also) to help him out and get him more experience."

The Stafford Rangers are currently 19th out of 21 teams in the Conference North standings, and only one spot ahead of the relegation zone.

After arriving to Northampton on a six month contract, Harris impressed team officials with his play which included a game-winner in the Cobblers' victory against Cheltenham last season.

He would later earn himself a new contract at the end of last season.
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