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Blanchett extends Hereford stay

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Danny Blanchett has extended his loan spell at Hereford by a further month but Mark Marshall has returned to Swindon.

The pair have both spent the past two months at Edgar Street, each starting 10 games in total, although winger Marshall has found himself out of John Trewick's primary plans of late which may be the reason for his exit.

Peterborough defender Blanchett, however, has been an integral part of the Bulls' defence and he will now complete the maximum 93-day stay allowed under the terms of emergency loan deals.

Leicester striker Craig King has already extended his deal until the end of the season, while fellow loanees Jonny Godsmark and Darren Dennehy remain at Hereford until around the start of February.

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Peterborough United
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Danny Blanchett
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Jonny Godsmark
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