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12th January 2015 10:12

Lambe to stay for season
mansfieldtown.net, 9th January 2015

Winger pens deal until end of season after impressing boss.

Read more at http://www.mansfieldtown.net/news/article/lambe-to-stay-for-season-2192573.aspx#4qrlfkG3bXsQYReU.99

We are pleased to announce that Bermudan international Reggie Lambe has extended his contract and will now stay with the club until the end of the season.

The 23-year-old has featured frequently for us over the past few weeks, making 13 appearances in all competitions. Arguably his best display came in our 1-0 home win over Plymouth Argyle in November.

Speaking shortly after penning his new deal, Lambe said: “I am excited to extend my stay. I feel I have done okay so far this season, chipping in with some good performances, but I know I still need to fight for my place in the team and help us move forward."

He added: “It’s been great since I signed and the lads have been brilliant. We now need to 'push on' and move up the table."


Lambe stays with Stags
by Sean Taylor, PA Sport, 9 Jan 2014

Mansfield winger Reggie Lambe has signed an extended contract at the Sky Bet League Two club.

The short-term deal Lambe agreed in September was due to expire but the Bermuda international will now remain with the Stags until the end of the season.


The 23-year-old, brought to the One Call Stadium by former manager Paul Cox, has made 13 appearances in all competitions and recently-appointed Mansfield boss Adam Murray, who this week has shipped out five players and signed five others, sees him as part of his future plans.

Lambe began his career with Ipswich and had a loan spell with Bristol Rovers before a three-year stint in Major League Soccer with Toronto FC.

He left MLS after two seasons and 55 appearances and had a three-month stay with Swedish side Nykopings BIS prior to joining the Stags.



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