U’s recall Corcoran from Lowestoft loan
COLCHESTER United have recalled young midfielder Sam Corcoran from his loan spell at Suffolk non-league club Lowestoft Town.
The 20-year-old was due to be at the Ryman League Premier Division side until the end of the season but has been recalled by his League One parent club due to the fact he has been used sparingly.
With the north Suffolk club chasing a third successive promotion into the second tier of the non-league pyramid, Corcoran has started only two games against Cray Wanderers and Hendon.
U’s boss John Ward said: “Sam hasn’t played a lot.
“We have a reserve game next week against Luton Town and we decided that it was probably best for him to come back.”
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Lowestoft Town manager Micky Chapman said: “We would like to thank Sam for his efforts during the month and also want to thank Colchester United for letting us have him on loan during this busy part of the season.”
London-born Corcoran was released by Aidy Boothroyd last summer but was then quickly handed a one-year deal when Ward took over as manager last summer.
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