Filed: Tuesday, 13th March 2012
By: Staff Writer
West Ham youngster George Moncur has extended his stay with League Two club AFC Wimbledon for a further month.
The 18-year-old son of former Hammer John Moncur has been been the Dons since the beginning of January and will remain at Kingsmeadow until mid-April at the earliest.
A delighted AFC boss Terry Brown, who also re-signed Sunderland youngster Bily Knott this week told the club's website at afcwimbledon.co.uk: "They are both very talented boys who could play at a higher level.
"What I like about them most is that they both have a willingness to learn. They also have a lot of enthusiasm and put so much hard work in. I am delighted to get them back as we have a lot of games coming up during the next month."
Meanwhile Moncur welcomed the extended stay with Wimbledon, adding (via his Twitter account): "Having a great loan at Wimbledon; happy to extend again. Thanks for such great fans and support."
Moncur has thus far made ten appearances for AFC, who are 17th in League Two at time of writing.
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