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Eagles land McShane on loan

January 13 2012

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Crystal Palace have snapped up Hull City defender Paul McShane on loan for a month.

The 26-year-old Irishman, who is able to play at centre half or right-back, will bolster the Eagles' defensive line as they chase the play-offs and a Wembley final.

McShane will be at Selhurst Park until February 18 and he goes straight into the squad for Palace's match at home to Leeds United on Saturday.

The Republic of Ireland international has played just two games for Hull this season but his experience will benefit Palace's squad.

Kilpedder-born McShane joined Hull from Sunderland in August 2009 and has 12 international caps for his country.

John Egan from Sunderland and Doncaster Rovers' Mustapha Dumbuya are the other two players brought in on loan by manager Dougie Freedman this month. Striker Chris Martin has had his loan from Norwich extended.

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