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Cambridge United's winning run is brought to an end at Accrington Stanley

By CambridgeIndependent Reporter

Ade Azeez has joined Dover on loan.
Ade Azeez has joined Dover on loan.

And Ade Azeez goes out on loan

Cambridge United’s four-match unbeaten run in Sky Bet League Two was brought to an end at Accrington Stanley last Saturday.

The U’s had won three in a row since Joe Dunne took over as interim head coach.

United had the better of the first-half chances, with Liam O’Neil’s seventh-minute header hitting the bar and Jevani Brown being denied by the hosts’ keeper.

But Accrington are the form side in the division and Kayden Jackson’s 57th-minute goal earned the three points to take them up to second in the table.

Meanwhile, Ade Azeez has joined Dover Athletic on a month’s loan.

The 24-year-old striker, who joined the U’s last summer on a two-year deal, made his debut for the National League side in their 3-1 defeat at Fylde last Saturday.

Cambridge United head of football Ben Strang said: “Ade hasn’t had much playing time of late and this loan move helps him gain crucial match fitness.

“Ade is still very much a highly-valued member of the squad, who has a positive future ahead at the club.”


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