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Cheltenham Say Goodbye To loanees

Cheltenham have thanked those on loan with us for their efforts in our unfortunate Play Off campaign this season.

Michael Hector, Jack Deaman, Paul Benson and Shaun Harrad have all now returned to their parent clubs, and the club obviously include the other loanees like Lawson D'Ath, Jake Taylor and Luke McCullough in their thanks for the parts they played this season.

Speaking to the Official Site Mark Yates said.

'I want to go on record and thank the loan players and their clubs. The players we have had here have been invaluable and I want to thank them for their efforts. They all played their parts and they have my thanks. They are players we like and of course we'll keep tabs on them but it's too early to say whether they are options for us next season.'

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Date:Thursday May 9 2013

Time: 10:44PM

 

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