Filed: Monday, 14th November 2011
By: Staff Writer
Marek Stech has been recalled from his loan spell at League One strugglers Yeovil.
The Glovers, currently bottom of the nation's third tier had intially arranged to keep the 21-year-old goalkeeper at Huish Park until 19th November, meaning he could play in this weekend's South West derby against Exeter.
However West Ham have cut short his loan by five days, insisting that he return to London immediately. It is unknown at present why he has been recalled early.
Stech made five appearances for the Glovers during his four weeks on loan, during which they failed to win a single game. The young Hammer played in three draws (against Colchester, Stevenage and Orient) and two defeats (at home to Carlisle and Huddersfield).
Stech - who also featured for the Czech Republic under-21's against Armenia during his month away - leaves Huish Park with the best wishes of his temporary club, who said: "Marek goes back to the Boleyn Ground with all good wishes from everyone at Huish Park for a long and successful career."
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06:53PM 14th Nov 2011
''And he also let in five when he was a player at Bournemouth...''
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