Both Bristol Rovers and Bristol City have this week recalled their loanees, in Kenan Dunnwald, Mohammad Baghdadi and Ashey Harper, from Weston-super-Mare.

Bristol Rovers have cited an injury crisis within their squad and need to call back the young players to backfill despite the initial agreement being made for the pair to remain at the club for the remainder of the season.

Dunnwald joined Weston on loan from Rovers at the start of February and scored his first goal for the club, and in senior English football at Eastbourne Borough, helping Weston on their way to a 1 – 2 win. He was joined by fellow Pirate, Mohammad Baghdadi in early March, after a previous loan spell with Dorchester. Dunnwald made 10 starts for the club and came off the bench on one occasion, scoring twice and also notching up three assists. His fellow Rovers player made six starts in the month he was at the Woodspring, coming off the bench on two further occasions, also scoring twice and assisting Gethyn Hill to score at Braintree.

“The return of the pair to the Memorial Ground will open the door of opportunity to other players within the squad to get their name on the team sheet come match day, and means having a reshuffle. I would like to offer my thanks to both players for their efforts in the short time they have been with us and would like to offer, along with everybody else within the club, our best wishes to Kenan and Mo in the future.”

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