Holy Set for Cambridge Emergency Loan
Tuesday, 26th Oct 2021 10:01
TWTD understands Blues keeper Tomas Holy is set to join Cambridge United on an emergency loan.
While loan moves outside the transfer window are generally prohibited, there is scope for clubs to sign keepers on loan if they find themselves unable to field a senior number one.
U’s first-choice Dimi Mitov was forced off during the first half of Saturday’s 4-1 defeat at Shrewsbury and has been sidelined for seven days having suffered a concussion.
Youngster Kai McKenzie-Lyle was handed his league debut from the bench against the Shrews having previously made only two Papa John’s Trophy starts. Another slightly more experienced keeper Will Mannion was loaned out to Havant & Waterlooville last week.
Assuming the emergency move goes through as planned, Holy will make his debut - and perhaps only appearance - for Cambridge in tonight’s game at Doncaster Rovers.
Holy, 29, is currently the Blues' third-choice keeper behind Christian Walton and Vaclav Hladky. The Czech has made three appearances for Town this season, all in cups.
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