Jamie Godbold has cut short the loan spells of Anthony Furlonge and Ryan Auger at AFC Sudbury after just two weeks, writes Alex Moss.
The pair joined the club on dual registrations from Vanarama National League South side Bishop’s Stortford earlier this month.
But yesterday the AFC manager informed them both that they would be returning to their parent club earlier than planned.
“Ryan and Anthony are great lads and are very committed,” Godbold said. “But I don’t think they’re the right fit for me.
“Some loans work out and some loans don’t work out, and unfortunately this one hasn’t worked out for us how I would have liked it to.”
Godbold and his Sudbury side are looking to bounce back this weekend after slipping to back-to-back defeats for the first time this season.
A 5-0 defeat at higher- league Ebbsfleet United ended their run in this season’s Emirates FA Cup last Saturday, while on Tuesday they were beaten 3-2 by Billericay Town in the Ryman League Premier Division.
AFC are back on the road as they visit Harlow Town this Saturday (3pm) before travelling to league leaders Leiston on Tuesday (7.45pm).
Captain Sam Clarke could potentially be a doubt for both trips after tweaking his hamstring in Tuesday’s game against Billericay.