Date: 27th February 2009 at 9:24am
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Colchester United stopper Dean Gerken is set to return to North Essex earlier than expected, due to Darlington’s financial problems.

The Quakers entered administration earlier this week and had ten-points deducted as a punishment. Gerken had been on loan at the Northern Echo Darlington Arena and was in the second of a two month loan spell.

However, due to recent events the 23-year-old may have to return to the Weston Homes Community Stadium.

U’s manager Paul Lambert said: ‘Dean might be coming back soon. He might have to, with Darlington’s current plight.

‘I’ll be having a chat with Dave Penney (Quakers manager) over the next few days, but Dean will probably be coming back.’


The U’s current first-choice ‘keeper Jimmy Walker’s loan from West Ham is set to expire on Thursday, so Gerken could be needed.

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3 Replies to “Gerken Set To Make U’s Return”

  • Well, apparently Darlo wanted to keep him but we recalled him, seems like walker is going back, however, I’m confident Dean can fill in.

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