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Midfielder’s loan cut short at Daggers

PUBLISHED: 12:32 04 April 2014

Ashely Chambers' loan with the Daggers has been cut short after Cambridge United recalled the midfielder. Pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO

Ashely Chambers' loan with the Daggers has been cut short after Cambridge United recalled the midfielder. Pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO

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Dagenham & Redbridge will be without Ashley Chambers tomorrow at Wycombe Wanderers after being recalled by Cambridge United.

The 24-year-old’s loan was due to end after tomorrow’s game at Adams Park, but with 28 days of the loan now up, the U’s have the right to call the former York City man back.

And boss Wayne Burnett admitted it was a big blow ahead of the fixture with the Chairboys.

“Ashley Chambers won’t be available for us which is a big blow because he’s been recalled from his loan,” said Burnett.

“He was due to go back after this game but because the 28 days are up they had the option to take him back and they are within their rights to do so and have.”

That does leave the Daggers with just three natural wingers, with Medy Elito, Sean Shields and West Ham United loanee Blair Turgott capable of playing out wide.

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