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Elder Returns as U23s Host Watford
Thursday, 11th Apr 2019 11:40

On-loan left-back Callum Elder returns to action for the Blues’ table-topping U23s this afternoon when they take on Watford at Playford Road (KO 1pm).

Elder, who joined Town from Leicester in January but has made only three senior appearances, recently underwent a hernia operation.

The U23s, who will again be skippered by Corrie Ndaba, have already confirmed top spot in the Professional Development League Two South table and a place in the end-of-season play-offs with the semi-final set to be played at home.

Gerard Nash and Chris Hogg’s side, who were beaten 3-0 by a very strong Leeds team earlier this week, are at home again on Monday when they face Nottingham Forest in their final league fixture at Portman Road (KO 7pm).

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MattinLondon added 11:42 - Apr 11
Not wishing to be disrespected to him but I had totally forgotten all about him as well as the winger who was on the bench last night.
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BlueBlood90 added 11:49 - Apr 11
Send him back.
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Radlett_blue added 12:22 - Apr 11
While Elder may not be much better than Kenlock, he is out of contract in the summer so, unlike Bree, he may be a realistic target for next season.
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TimmyH added 13:07 - Apr 11
Who!?!
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Mingochutney added 13:59 - Apr 11
Waste of time! wont be here next year and wouldn't want him from what I've seen of him so far anyway
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Dolphinblue added 18:01 - Apr 11
Fantastic news, returning heros #return of the mac
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midastouch added 19:01 - Apr 11
Quality rather than quantity please. To be fair I don't know that much about him but half the reason we're in the trouble we are is because we've had too many filler type players rather than players that can make an actual difference.
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