Dons recall Jolley from Exiles

AFC Wimbledon have recalled striker Christian Jolley from a loan spell at Newport County following his excellent recent form.

Last Updated: 14/12/12 at 17:03

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Dons boss Neal Ardley has decided to activate the 28-day release clause on the 24-year-old's loan deal, which was due to run until January.

Ardley told the club's official website: "Christian has done really well during his loan. The reason he went out on loan was to regain his confidence and match fitness. Christian seems to have done that and we will talk about where he fits in for us in the coming weeks."

Jolley, who struck five goals in five games at Blue Square Premier leaders Newport, is unlikely to feature in Saturday's squad for the visit of Rotherham as he is carrying an injury knock.

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