Date: 5th February 2013 at 8:35pm
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Leeds United trialist Patrick Otte played in the development squad game at Wigan Athletic on Tuesday afternoon.

The 21-year-oldmidfielder, who started his career at Middlesbrough, played 57 minutes in the 2-2 draw.

Otte came through the academy system at the Riverside before being released in 2010.

He is currently playing for Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the North American League. He missed almost a year through injury after suffering a Cruciate Knee Ligament injury in 2011.

In the game, Leeds goals came from Dominic Poleon and Lewis Walters.

The side included new signing Habib Habibou, who played for just over an hour as well as Ryan Hall.

The side was mainly made up of first year professionals, with Ross Killock, Nathan Turner and Lewis Turner taking part despite being on loan from the club.

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