Dickinson makes Leeds switch

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Leeds have completed their second loan signing of the transfer window with the capture of Stoke defender Carl Dickinson on an initial one-month deal.

Ipswich defender Richard Naylor has already been drafted in by manager Simon Grayson, who is determined to stem the flow of goals that threaten to scupper Leeds' promotion hopes.

Dickinson, 21, has opted for a stint at Leeds ahead of Charlton and Blackpool, where he spent two months on loan under former Seasiders manager Grayson in 2006.

Dickinson has made three appearances for the Potters in the Premier League this season and has featured in four cup matches for Tony Pulis' side.

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