Taylor cuts short Yeovil stay

Yeovil and Reading have mutually agreed to cut short Stuart Taylor's loan stay for personal reasons after just 48 hours.

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Stuart Taylor: Leaves Yeovil without pla

Stuart Taylor: Leaves Yeovil without pla

Yeovil and Reading have mutually agreed to cut short goalkeeper Stuart Taylor's loan stay in Somerset for personal reasons after just 48 hours.

The former Manchester City goalkeeper penned a one-month loan on Monday morning before playing 45 minutes for Gary Johnson's men in their 1-0 defeat to Latvia that evening.

His departure means he becomes the third goalkeeper to arrive and leave Yeovil already this season following in the footsteps of Manchester United's Sam Johnstone and Wolves' Wayne Hennessey.

It also means Yeovil could head to Doncaster on Friday night with former Coventry man Chris Dunn, who is yet to make an competitive appearance for the club, as their only goalkeeper.


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