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Cambridge United recall striker Andy Pugh from his loan spell at Dartford

14 February 2014
by Steve Tervet

Andy Pugh

Andy Pugh

Andy Pugh's loan spell at Dartford has been cut short after he was recalled by parent club Cambridge United.

Pugh, whose original month-long stay with the Darts expired last weekend, had agreed to spend another two months at Princes Park.

The 25-year-old said this week how much he was enjoying playing regularly for Dartford, the club having been recommended to him by Cambridge colleagues and ex-Darts Tom Bonner and Tom Champion.

But the U's then decided to bring the 25-year-old back to the Abbey Stadium ahead of their FA Trophy semi-final against Grimsby Town.

Pugh made four appearances for the Darts, all away from home, scoring in their 2-1 wins at Kidderminster and Wrexham.

Dartford manager Tony Burman said: "I would like to thank Andy for all of his efforts and to Cambridge United for allowing Andy to join us on loan for the last month."

The former Gillingham and Welling forward also spent two months on loan at Ebbsfleet earlier this season, playing just three times and scoring once in an injury-hit spell.

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