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Kenny Miller feeling good as Livingston sign James Brown on loan

The 20-year-old Millwall defender has signed a six-month loan deal.

Kenny Miller feeling good as Livingston sign James Brown on loan

Livingston player-manager Kenny Miller was delighted to complete the loan signing of Millwall defender James Brown after being alerted by several contacts in English football.

The 20-year-old has signed a six-month loan deal ahead of Livingston’s return to Ladbrokes Premiership action at Celtic Park on Saturday.

Brown has played one EFL Trophy game for Millwall but made 34 appearances on loan for Carlisle last season.

Miller told his club’s official website: “I have been working on bringing James in for a few weeks now and am delighted to complete the deal.

“I had been alerted to James by a few contacts down south, all of whom gave very positive reports on his performances.

“James will give us options and I’m sure he will be a valuable addition to the squad.

“I would like to take this opportunity by thanking Millwall FC and hopefully we can send James back a better footballer for the experience.”

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