Glovers’ loan defender Duncan Idehen has been recalled by Bristol City.

Originally signed in November, Idehen played two league games for the Glovers against Chippenham and Bath as well as the FA Cup tie at Wrexham, but had been an unused substitute for recent games, including the weekend’s 0-0 draw with Hampton and Richmond.

It leaves Yeovil a touch light in defense after the release of Josh Staunton and the continued recovery of Jamie Sendles-White.

Alex Whittle continues to edge closer to a return too.

Idehen is the second Robins’ defender to return from a loan spell at Huish Park, Zac Bell also saw his stint in Somerset cut short.


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Goal Lover
2 months ago

Good luck to Idehen. Crucial Christmas/New Year period coming up. I think we all know if we can come out of it with a sizeable lead, we can start to dream of a celebration in late April.

Essex Glover
2 months ago

Agreed.However, I am hugely disappointed with recent results after such a brilliant run. We need some real pace up front and I’m afraid Murphy and especially Fisher are not the answer.Rhys
doesn’t seem fit enough and is missing too many chances.Fisher, I’m afraid is just not good
enough.

Aman
2 months ago
Reply to  Essex Glover

I’d fishers not good enough why has he been kept on. Coopers managed at a much higher level than this he knows what he’s doing apart from playing worthy out wide

SheFellOver
2 months ago
Reply to  Aman

Fisher’s goals record is poor, only 5 in 41 games. That isn’t a striker that’s going to take us anywhere. As for Cooper’s record in management – 2 promotions in 20 years and one of those by a high-flying team he inherited. He might be good but just having managed at a higher level doesn’t guarantee success. When he’s constantly changing shape and personnel it’s like watching somebody throwing dice and hoping to score 7!

Essex Glover
2 months ago

Cooper is a good enough manager at lower levels and is more than capable of getting us out of this league. As for Fisher,his record is awful and is still at the club because he is under contract,simple. I
wonder how fast Kevin Gall can still run? ?

Andy Pandy
2 months ago

It’s no surprise that Duncan has retuned to Bristol City now that we have our new experienced left-footed defender Jay Foulston