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Robbie Rogers has a new place to play until this winter.
Rogers was loaned Thursday from Leeds United to League One side Stevenage, where he will play for former Colorado Rapids manager Gary Smith. The loan extends until the end of 2012, at which point he will return to Leeds, although sources did confirm to SBI that Stevenage has an option to retain Rogers' rights at the end of the loan period.
Rogers was transfer listed by Leeds a couple of weeks ago, seven months after signing there from the Columbus Crew. Injuries limited his production, though, as he started one game and came on as a substitute in three others. He suffered a concussion after his first appearance and then an ankle injury soon after his return. With Leeds looking to free up more funds, he became an expendable part of Neil Warnock's roster.
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