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Luton Town recall Alex Wall from his loan spell at Dartford

03 April 2014
by Steve Tervet

On-loan Dartford striker Alex Wall has been recalled by his parent club Luton Town.

Wall made 10 appearances for the Darts, scoring six goals to help keep their Skrill Premier survival hopes alive.

He originally joined in January on a one-month deal but extended the loan in February and again last month.

Alex Wall takes on two Aldershot defenders Picture Simon Hildrew

Alex Wall takes on two Aldershot defenders Picture: Simon Hildrew

Wall was due to stay with Dartford until the Easter weekend but the Hatters have recalled him for the final weeks of the season.

Darts boss Tony Burman said: "We would like to thank Alex for all his help and take this opportunity in thanking Luton Town for all their help and assistance."

The striker was sat in the stand at Princes Park on Tuesday night when Luton came from behind to beat Dartford 2-1. Wall and fellow Luton loanee Jim Stevenson were ineligible to play against their parent club.

Mikel Suarez, who scored the Darts goal in that game, is now set for a run in the team as Burman looks to guide his side to safety.

Mikel Suarez Picture Andy Payton

Mikel Suarez Picture: Andy Payton

Dartford have six games left, starting with a trip to Lincoln on Saturday. Their other remaining fixtures are against Grimsby (home), Forest Green (home), Braintree (away), Tamworth (home) and Nuneaton (away).

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