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Luton Town sign former Wycombe striker

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Former Wycombe Wanderers striker Lee Angol has signed a one-year contract with Luton Town, but was immediately loaned out by his new club.

The 19-year-old was released by Wycombe in May, having made four substitute appearances during his time at the Buckinghamshire side; the first of which came in an August 2012 League Cup tie against Championship outfit Watford.

However, the ex-Tottenham Hotspur trainee was subsequently sent on loan to Hendon, where he scored nine goals in 10 games during the 2012-13 season, and Conference South team Boreham Wood, with whom Angol found the net six times in 17 matches in 2013-14 and where he will spend the forthcoming campaign.

“Lee is a youngster who we are giving a chance to because we feel he has some potential. We like him and his attitude. He’s definitely one for the future,” Hatters manager John Still told the club’s official website this afternoon.

Former Wycombe striker Lee Angol signed a one-year deal with Luton, but was immediately loaned to Boreham Wood

Former Wycombe striker Lee Angol signed a one-year deal with Luton, but was immediately loaned to Boreham Wood

“He can play down the middle or out wide, he’s reasonably quick and has a great attitude.”

The former Dagenham & Redbridge boss added: “Loaning him to Boreham Wood – where he has done well before – will give him the opportunity to get more experience under his belt.

“At the same time, he’ll be training with us full-time and playing for the development squad, so we’ll be able to keep a close eye on his progress.”

Luton are returning to the Football League in 2014-15 after a five-year absence, and begin their League Two term at newly-relegated Carlisle United on 9 August.


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