Stevenage Football Club would like to pass thanks the loan players who have no returned to their parent clubs.
Striker Sam Hoskins, who netted once for the Boro in the home victory over Notts County, has returned to Southampton after pulling on the white and red shirt 14 times. He played for the Saints U21 side in a goalless draw with their Tottenham Hotspur counterparts earlier this week. Speaking to the club’s official website on Tuesday he described his time as “a good experience” and continued “there’s nothing better than league football”.
36-year old Gavin Mahon joined Boro in February and made 9 appearances, bringing experience into the midfield and providing a solid and strong block in the middle of the park. His attitude around the training ground was also a vital part of what he brought to the squad.
Max Ehmer will return to Queens Park Rangers in the league below where they were when he moved to Stevenage, following their relegation from the Premier League. His short term loan move yielded 6 appearances and he scored his only goal in a 1-0 win over Hartlepool United on Easter Monday.
21-year old Fulham defender Alex Smith has gone back to Fulham without making an appearance but the time with Stevenage gave him vital experience in and around a professional squad on a match day, whilst striker Steve Beleck, who made 13 appearances, returns to Watford - where he is on-loan from Udinese.
Lastly Anthony Jeffrey has returned to parent club Arsenal – his single appearance in a Stevenage shirt came as a second half substitute in the defeat to AFC Bournemouth at the Lamex Stadium.
Each player had an impact on the Boro’s season, whether that came on the pitch, in the dressing room or on the training ground, and we would like to thank all for their services to the club and wish them luck for the future.