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Williams staying at Barnsley

Ryan Williams will stay at Oakwell for another month after extending his loan stay with Barnsley.

The 21-year-old Australian has made five appearances for the Reds so far after joining on a short deal at the start of last month.

Williams, who has already appeared for Fulham in three games this term, will remain in South Yorkshire until December 2.


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  • Williams staying at Barnsley


  • Ryan Williams will stay at Oakwell for another month after extending his loan stay with Barnsley.

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