Logans leave Darlo
Darlington winger Carlos Logan has agreed to join Bradford City on a one month loan deal. Logan has found first team opportunities difficult to come by having not started a league game this season.
Logan signed for Darlington ahead of the 2005/06 campaign after impressing in friendly fixtures penning an initial six month deal however this was extended. The left sided winger started his career at Manchester City and had a short spell on loan at Chesterfield during the 2004/05 campaign.
The twenty-two year old has had most success this season in the cup competitions making four starts and scoring one goal - a forty-fifth minute equaliser against Stoke City in the first round of the Carling Cup back in August.
Colin Todd said: 'Carlos is a highly thought of youngster, a very tenacious boy and a natural left-sider, which is what we need. I have seen him play quite a bit and I think he can do a good job for us. I had others lined up but they didn't happen but I am pleased that we have got Carlos in.'
Richard Logan has also been released from the Quakers