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Henry returns to Millwall onloan

Henry spent time at the New Den last season and was a key figure in the Lions team that got to the play off final, losing narrowly to Scunthorpe at Wembley.

He returned to the Madejski Stadium and was expected to be heavily involved in the Reading team this season but has only started one game so far, away at Swansea, and hasn't even found himself on the bench in the last couple of games with Michael Antonio prefered.

Under the terms of the loan agreement he will stay at the new Den until January but as the loan is classed as 'youth loan' it can be extended with no limit to the number of days he can spend in South London. Therefore there would be no repeat of the heartache Henry felt at the end of last season when he missed out on playing at Wembley as his loan had exceded 91 days, despite being elibible for the play off semi final's.

He will go straight into the Millwall squad for the Saturday lunchtime kick off against Gillingham.




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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 10 2009

Time: 1:09PM

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Good move for him to get some more first team football. Hasn't lived up to expectations as of yet, but is highly thought of by Brendan Rodgers.
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