Date: 26th March 2009 at 3:27pm
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Leeds United have signed Reading central defender Sam Sodje on an initial loan deal which will expire on the 25th April, they do have an option though to extend this if they are involved in the play offs.

The Nigerian international started his professional career at Brentford in 2004 where he became a huge fans favourite.

He made 83 appearances for the club scoring 12 goals and earned a place in the PFA League One team of the year in 2005/06.

The 29 year old has been at Reading since 2006 but has rarely featured for the Royals in that time.

He has however enjoyed loan periods at West Brom where he helped them to the Championship play off Final, Charlton Athletic and Watford.

With Rui Marques suffering a hamstring injury last Saturday against Crewe Sodje will be an important addition to the squad at this vital stage of the season.





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