Labadie returns to County

Notts County have recalled midfielder Joss Labadie from his loan spell at League Two side Torquay.

Last Updated: 03/04/13 at 11:55

Joss Labadie: Returns to Meadow Lane

Joss Labadie: Returns to Meadow Lane

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Labadie, who joined the Magpies on a free transfer last summer after leaving Tranmere, moved to Plainmoor at the start of March but has been brought back from the League Two club after just under a month in Devon.

As part of the deal that took the 22-year-old midfielder to Torquay, the Magpies included a clause allowing them to recall the player at 24 hours' notice - an option that the club have now taken up.

Labadie scored four goals in seven appearances during his short spell with the Gulls.

He will now be available for Notts County's trip to Bournemouth on Saturday, with fellow midfielder Alan Judge due to start a two-match suspension.

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