Exeter City defender Jordan Dyer has joined Bath City on a season-long loan – less than 24 hours after returning from a loan spell with Yeovil Town.
The 21-year-old arrived at the National League South side on Friday having played just two minutes during a one-month spell at Huish Park.
NEW SIGNING 📝 | 20-year-old central defender, Jordan Dyer, joins us on loan from @OfficialECFC until the end of the current season.
— Bath City FC (@BathCity_FC) October 29, 2021
He and fellow Grecians’ loanee, striker Ben Seymour, returned to their parent club on Thursday with manager Matt Taylor saying neither had got enough game time with the Glovers.
Speaking about the return, the Exeter boss said: It’s a shame because, we sent them out on loan to get game time, the experience and opportunity and they didn’t quite feel that they got that due to whatever reason”
He added then that one of the two could be going back out on loan “sooner rather than later“, which it appears referred to Dyer.
Whilst Dyer’s game time was limited during his time with Yeovil, Seymour played the equivalent of just over three-and-a-half games during his one-month spell.
The young forward was unavailable for the game at Grimsby last weekend after a member of his family tested positive for COVID-19.