Date: 1st January 2012 at 1:58pm
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Young Leeds United defender Charlie Taylor has signed for Bradford City.

The 18 year old has joined Bradford on a one-month loan deal to gain some first team experience.

He signed his first professional contract with Leeds in the summer when he signed a three-year deal with the club.

The youngster, who came through the Leeds United academy made his debut for Leeds earlier this season, ironically in the Carling Cup win over Bradford City when he came off the bench. He also came off the bench in the second round win at Doncaster Rovers.

He made his first start for the club in September when he started against Crystal Palace.

He marked his first start with a superb cross for Ross McCormack to open the scoring inside ten minutes.

Taylor will go straight into the Bantams squad for their game at Rotherham United on Monday.

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