League Two side Boston United are currently holding back on extending the loan spell of Yeovil Town defender Bradley Thomas. The former Peterborough United player has spent a month in Lincolnshire playing for a side that is currently sliding down the table. He has so far made six appearances, scoring one goal against Swindon Town.
His loan spell is now up, however the Glovers have surprisingly allowed Bradley to remain at York Street for another month, despite an injury crisis at Huish Park. Perhaps the snag is that the 22 year old can actually play at neither club this weekend. He was red-carded against Darlington on Saturday after committing two yellow card offences meaning that even if he stays in Lincolnshire, he will still miss their home match against Shrewsbury Town.
That may mean that Bradley is shipped back to Somerset to serve his suspension with neither club being able to make use of him this weekend. Convicted tax fraud cheat Steve Evans told the Lincolnshire Echo that was a possible outcome:
"We may have to move someone out in order to bring someone in. Yeovil have said Brad can stay for another month and we are going to mull it over this week."
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