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30 June 2018 : Former Loanee Tutte Back In League Two
Former Yeovil Town loanee Andrew Tutte will be playing in League Two during the 2018-19 season. The 27 year old has been on the books of Bury who were relegated from League One at the end of last season, but having been released by the Shakers, he has moved up the M6 to sign for Morecambe.

Since his 2010-11 season loan spell at Huish Park, Tutte has stayed in the Greater Manchester area throughout. Despite attempts by the Glovers to sign him during the summer of 2011, following his release from Manchester City, he signed for Rochdale, who at that time were managed by former City youth team coach Steve Eyre. He spent three years there, making 101 appearances, before making the short move to Bury during the 2013-14 season. There he's made 137 appearances, and was part of their side that won promotion to League One at the end of the 2014-15 season.

Tutte has been given a two year contract by Morecambe that will commence tomorrow. Boss Jim Bentley has said of his signing:

"He's a very experienced midfielder, he knows the level and has been successful at the level. He's a good character who's a winner, full of energy and a good football player so we're hoping he can come in and be a massive success for us."

Link: Andrew Tutte : Yeovil Town Statistics.


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