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Filed: Friday, 16th September 2005
By: Gordon Thrower


Striker Petr Mikolanda is to join Northampton Town loan.

The forward was signed from Viktoria Zizkow for an undisclosed fee during the summer. Mikolanda will spend a month with the Cobblers. The 20 year-old joined the Hammers following a successful trial period during the club's pre-season tour of Sweden.

The Czech U-21 international, described by Peter Grant at a recent fans' forum as "raw, keen and eager", and by Alan Pardew as "cheap" becomes the second Hammer to go out on loan this week following Carl Fletcher's departure for a spell at Watford.





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