Date: 26th March 2015 at 7:38pm
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With the arrival of Liverpool’s Jordan Lussey, two youngsters have headed out for first team action themselves on loan deadline day.

Defender Rob Holding has moved to League Two promotion challengers Bury on a loan spell that will keep him at Gigg Lane until the end of the season.

The 19 year old is yet to make his senior debut for us, but he’s come through the ranks from age 7 and is now a regular in the under 21 side.

He moves to Bury in time to potentially make his debut for them in the game this weekend against Southend United.

As part of the deal, should Bury fail to make the automatic promotion slots in League Two, but make the Play Offs, he will be eligible for those games and the possible Wembley appearance.

Also moving out is youngster Rob Hall and he returns to MK Dons.

The 21 year old will have his second spell at the club following a previous loan with them during his time with West Ham.

With MK Dons challenging for promotion in League Two, the loan deal will also cover any potential Play Off games and a Wembley appearance.

The winger has made 35 appearances for Bolton since joining us, including ten this season, and he’s scored two goals along the way.

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