Exeter City sign midfielder Lawson D'Ath on loan from Reading
EXETER City have strengthened their midfielder options by signing Lawson D'Ath on one-month loan deal from Reading.
The 20-year-old midfielder will go straight into tomorrow's squad, subject to Football League clearance, to face Bradford City.
The news of the signing will come as a welcome boost to manager Paul Tisdale who lost influential midfielder Matt Oakley on Tuesday night when he dislocated his shoulder in the 0-0 draw with Gillingham.
D'Ath has played two games on loan in League Two this season, one of which came against Exeter City when he scored the first goal in the Robins 3-0 win over the Grecians on October 27.
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owever, a knee injury ruled him out for several weeks during his time at Cheltenham and he returned to Reading on January 2.
Exeter City have had some successful loan players from Reading in the past few seasons, with Welsh Under-21 international Jake Taylor playing 30 games for City in the 2011-12 season and goalkeeper Ben Hamer impressing during a spell at the club in 2011.
Scott Golbourne came to St James's Park from Reading on a permanent deal in 2009, which represented another good signing for City. Former Exeter City player and manager Eamonn Dolan is currently in caretaker charge of Reading having taking the reigns over from Brian McDermott who was sacked on Monday.
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