Yeovil Town goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall will go between the sticks tomorrow for the first time since being stretchered off on September 15th during Yeovil's 1-0 home defeat against Leyton Orient.
The keeper suffered a hip injury that saw Plymouth Argyle keeper Romain Larrieu come into the club on loan to act as cover for Mildy. The Glovers regular then was due to make his comeback a week ago, but then had those plans scuppered by an eye infection. Speaking to BBC Somerset Sound, Steve spoke about his frustrations of being ruled out for so long:
"It was probably about three weeks that the injury lasted for and I would have been fit after three weeks. But obviously then the eye popped up and that kept me out for another week. But I've been really looking forward to getting back and playing. The lads have done brilliantly and I thought that Romain was excellent in the month that he was here. He's a good goalkeeper. I've played against him before and I've spoken to him before and he did really well in the month that he was here."
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