Date: 19th February 2015 at 10:27am
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Byron Webster has this morning completed his loan move back to Yeovil Town after the paperwork went through.

It was reported yesterday that with Webster being out of favour with manager Ian Holloway at the moment – last appearing more than a month ago – there was some suggestions that the club were happy to let him go, but wanted him to go to a club nearer London but that has proved not to be the case.

He returns to Huish Park now, having joined us from them, making 98 appearances across two seasons and playing his part in the promotion to the Championship last season.

He moves on a loan until the end of the current campaign, but Millwall retain a 28 day recall clause on the 27 year old should we need cover.

With it being a straight deal until the end of the season, the recall clause – whilst sensible – does muddy thoughts of his time with us already being up after only 14 appearances.

He’s expected to make his debut for them this weekend when they face Gillingham – and if he does he’ll come up against Millwall colleague John Marquis who is with them on a loan spell of his own at the moment.

It’s also being suggested that we are finalising a loan move for Leicester City striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher, who knows the boss well from their time together at Blackpool.

There is no confirmation of that deal as of yet though.

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