Beere’s Now Off At Gateshead

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Sky Bet League One side AFC Wimbledon have recalled midfielder Tom Beere from his loan at Vanarama National League club Gateshead due to “personal reasons”.

The 22-year-old joined the Tynesiders on an initial one-month deal in February which was extended by a further month last week which included a recall option for the Dons.

And following Gateshead`s 2-1 win over Woking on Saturday in which Beere featured in the first half before being substituted, the Dons have exercised their recall option with immediate effect.

Saturday`s game was Beere`s first start for Gateshead having been a second half substitute in each of the six previous matches for The Heed.

Beere`s most notable contribution in a Gateshead shirt was setting up Danny Johnson in the 2-0 win over Wrexham earlier this month.

Gatesheads boss Neil Aspin is expected to bring in another player before Thursday`s deadline.


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