London - Through official channels, Dartford have announced
that the Anglo-Nigerian Mark Onyemah has extended his loan deal with the club.
The new contract penned by the defender this week will see
him remain at Princes Park, Kent until January 2, 2016, after initially joining
the club from Luton Town on a youth-loan in August.
A product of Thurrock, Mark Onyemah arrived in town in the
summer of 2014 but, has yet to feature for the first team or even made their 18-man
squad for League Two games.
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A left-back by trade, the teenager has 15 starts to his name
in the National League South and has not been booked since his debut against Hemel
Hempstead Town on August 8, 2015.
Thurrock was the first club Onyemah represented and he
racked up 20 appearances for The Fleet the season before he penned a two - year
deal with Luton Town.
Dartford sit 13th on the 22 team table after playing 16
games in the division.For
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