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Posh - Keeper Moves on Loan!

Posh goalkeeper, Mark Tyler, has joined Bury on loan.

The keeper, who has been at London Road since 1994 has gone to Gigg Lane on a months loan to fill in for the injured Bury keeper, Wayne Brown.

At thirty-one, Tyler, who has made 450 appearances for Posh, will be making his second loan spell of the season.

Tyler has recently spent time at Watford, without making an appearance, as Joe Lewis continues to dominate the green jersey at London Road.

Here at Vital Posh, we wish Mark well.




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Date:Friday January 9 2009

Time: 5:13PM

 

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