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Steve AbbottAFC Telford boss Andy Sinton wants former The New Saints' midfielder Steve Abbott to remain on loan at Chorley for another month, reports BBC Radio Shropshire.
The former Wrexham utility man, who can also play up front, arrived at the Bucks Head from TNS in the summer after scoring five goals from 15 (+9) Welsh Premier appearances last season during a loan spell from the Racecourse Ground.
Subsequently released by manager Dean Saunders, Abbott struggled to break into Telford manager Andy Sinton's squad after the arrival of Adam Proudlock and was loan to Chorley, but has only played once due to the bad weather.
After starting his career with Wigan Athletic and playing for Leigh RMI, Congleton Town and St Helens Town, Abbott decided to study for a career in teaching and scored 30 goals in 80 appearances for Team Bath, helping them gain promotion to the Conference South.
He was awarded a two-year deal by Wrexham in the summer of 2008 but, after finding it difficult to break into the first team ranks at the Racecourse, was loaned to TNS in the summer of 2009.
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