Miller rejoins Darlington on loan

IAN Miller has rejoined League Two side Darlington on loan, while Sammy Moore will move to Brentford on a temporary basis today.Town defender Sito Castro is on trial with Yeovil Town, who signed Daryl Knights in the summer and already have Marcus Stewart.

By Derek Davis

IAN Miller has rejoined League Two side Darlington on loan, while Sammy Moore will move to Brentford on a temporary basis today.

Town defender Sito Castro is on trial with Yeovil Town, who signed Daryl Knights in the summer and already have Marcus Stewart. Sito played 90 minutes at right-back in the Glovers' 2-0 home defeat by Cardiff City on Saturday and will spend the rest of the week in the West Country.

Miller, who played seven games for the Quakers while on loan towards the end of last season, will go back to Dave Penney's side until January but will continue to train for part of the week with Ipswich Town.

Blues boss Jim Magilton plucked the 23-year-old from non-league Bury Town last season and is adamant that Miller still has a future at Portman Road.

He said: “Dave Penney is very keen on him and we have a number of centre-halves at the moment. Ian will not spend all is time at Darlington and will train with us in the early part of the week so he still feels very much part of Ipswich Town and we can monitor his progress.”

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Moore has gone to Griffin Park after scoring a cracking last-gasp equaliser against Chelmsford in front of new Bees boss Terry Butcher.

Magilton is also waiting to see if Lee Camp goes to QPR and Derby County firm up their interest in Lewis Price. After wrapping him in cotton wool for a couple of weeks, Town may play Price in the friendly at Bury Town on Friday night if there is no movement. He said: “I want Lewis sorted out and, if by the end of next week it has not been sorted out, then I'll make sure Lewis gets games.”

Another three players could also go out this week with Magilton waiting on phone calls from managers interested in Chris Casement, Michael Synnott and Liam Trotter.

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