Reid makes Argyle return

Plymouth Argyle have signed Reuben Reid from Yeovil on loan until the end of February.

Last Updated: 25/01/13 at 17:04

Reuben Reid: Returns to Home Park

Reuben Reid: Returns to Home Park

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The 24-year-old made his debut with Argyle back in 2006 when the club was in the Championship, he went on to make 11 appearances for the Devon club before moving to Brentford.

Before signing with the Glovers he went on to play for Rotherham, West Brom and Oldham.

The striker will be eager to impress after leaving the club first time around without scoring a goal.

During his time with Yeovil he hit the back of the net four times in 25 outings.

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