By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter
Just days after returning from a loan spell with Blue Square Bet Premier outfit Darlington, Newcastle's Ole Soderberg has joined League One side Chesterfield in a second temporary move of the season.
Swedish stopper Soderberg has linked up with the Spireites until December 10, meaning he is eligible for their next four league fixtures and the Johnstones Paint Trophy Northern section quarter-final against Tranmere.
John Sheridan's side are third bottom of the table, having won promotion as League Two champions last season, and first-choice keeper Tommy Lee is currently sidelined with a groin injury meaning Greg Fleming is their only fit goalkeeper. Chesterfield face bottom side Yeovil at the B2net Stadium on Saturday.
In September, Soderberg played against the Spireites in a Reserve team friendly, making several good saves in a 1-1 draw. He kept two clean sheets in six games for Darlington, despite the Quakers struggling this term and sacking manager Mark Cooper last month.
The 6ft 3ins 21-year-old has played for his country at all youth levels up to under-21s and was an unused substitute 15 times in the Barclays Premier League last season as well as appearing on the bench for the league game at home to Fulham and the Carling Cup second round tie at Scunthorpe this term.