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Tom Flanagan Leaves MK Dons

Tom Flanagan has left MK Dons to join Barnet on loan.

Flanagan had been away from the League One side for the first half of the season with Gillingham, however he had to miss eight-weeks of his spell with the League Two title challengers.

Breaking into the MK Dons first-team since his return has been a problem for the 21-year-old who will now get regular football with The Bees, who he will hope to help secure League Two survival.

MK Dons have agreed to him leaving stadium:mk until the end of the season.

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Date:Friday March 15 2013

Time: 4:21PM

 

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