Dyer packs his Baggies
The Harriers on loan from the Baggies winger, Lloyd Dyer, is the latest player to feel that his future does not lie at Aggborough after he asked to be allowed to return to West Brom now that his one month loan is over.
This comes as something of a surprise to most supporters now that he's started to look like the good player that the Albion fans said he was. After a bit of a shaky start, at Bristol Rovers and Macclesfield when he seemed unable to take a player on, he has now become far more relaxed and ended up being voted Man of the Match in the 6-1 defeat at Hull City.
During his period at Aggborough he made five starts and two from the bench and scored a goal against Lincoln City. This was where he was on Saturday for the Carlisle game and it could be that he feels that after doing well against Hull he should have started the game.
It appears that Ian Britton, the Harriers manager, had asked him to stay but Lloyd said that he thought it would be better for his career if he returned to West Brom to try and make his way into the first team. If Lee Hughes and the Chambers twins can't get a regular first team start I can't see Lloyd breaking into it just yet.
It looks like being a few more loans at other clubs for the time being.
Other loan news will come later this week when Brit decides about Andy Bishop. After his goal on Saturday it looks likely that he'll have it extended for a bit longer, may be even until the end of the season.
Our other young striker, Matt Lewis, has had his loan spell extended at Hinckley but with the proviso that he doesn't play in any FA Cup games that Hinckley get involved in. The first one being at Wakefield and Emley next week.