Date: 5th February 2019 at 5:05pm
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Among the hullabaloo of transfer deadline day and the surprise acquisition of three players, albeit on loan, something slipped under the radar, the loaning of somebody who joined Luton Town Football Club in the last January transfer window.

It appears that Lloyd Jones has been allowed to leave Kenilworth Road, joining our League One rivals, Plymouth Argyle, on loan until the end of the season.

For 23-year-old Jones, the move sees him make a return to the place where his career began, Home Park, before he moved to Liverpool, back in 2011 aged just 15.

Jones, who has only made five appearances for the Hatters, with just 2 of those being in the league, will be hoping that he gets the regular first-team football he craves.

The indications, initially, are that will be the case with the Plymouth Argyle manager, Derek Adams, remarking, as reported by the BBC, about his acquisition:

“It’s good to have a youngster and one of our own coming back to the football club.”

Here at Vital Luton Town, we wish Lloyd well and hope that a run of first-team football can resurrect a career that has somewhat stalled at Kenilworth Road. Hopefully, he’ll return and then try to force his way into the reckoning for a place in the Hatters starting eleven.

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