Using a plan variable in Plan repository url

When configuring the repository url for a plan, is it possible to use a plan variable ?

For instance:${bamboo.projectname}.git

On our Bamboo server, we have a strange side effect.

In several projects, a lot of branches of other repositories than the default are automatically created. However, they aren't declared in the plan and of course not present in the default repository. We're faced with a lot of errors in our logs with the message:

Branch has probably been removed.

Maybe it's related ...

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You don't have to use the source checkout task. 

you can just use a simple bamboo script task and add 

# check if the git has already checked out the build if not do following

git clone <your repository>...

Just use the repository for trigger.

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