Yeovil Town made Peterborough United youngster Andrew Oluwabori their second winger to arrive at the club in 24 hours.
The 21-year-old’s arrival was announced ahead of the home match with Maidenhead United which he will be available for selection for alongside Anthony Georgiou, who joined from Leyton Orient on Monday.
Oluwabori, who has joined until 7th January making him available for ten matches (assuming it’s up to and including the 7th and a trip to Wrexham), spent the start of the season on loan at National League North side Kettering Town, scoring four times in ten appearances.
He becomes the seventh loanee at Huish Park joining Georgiou, Jamie Andrews, Sam Perry, Ewan Clark, Owen Bevan and Will Buse, if we assume that Sam Pearson’s stint in Somerset has ended after his return to Bristol City which was billed as “temporary” at the time.
Announcing the signing, the Glovers said: “Described as a front-foot winger, Andrew spent his early years in the academy at Huddersfield Town. He departed the Terriers prior to the 21/22 season and was picked up by Peterborough in September 2021.”
He made three substitute appearances in two-and-a-half months on loan at Boreham Wood last season.
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