Date: 30th May 2012 at 2:18am
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Hard working midfielder, Adam Chambers is apparently ready to activate a clause in his contract, which will extend his contract for another 12 months.

The clause stipulated that if Chambers were to play in 30 league games during the 2011/12 season, then he would have the right to have his contract extended, Chambers played in 36.

The Midielder who has worked with Dean Smith before at Leyton Orient only missed out on a few games due to a freak ankle injury, and is widely expected to be the first of player to commit ahead of the coming contract deadline.



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