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LOAN: CARAYOL RETURNS TO BORO

4 January 2016

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Winger’s loan at ‘The Yorkshire Club’ ends

- Mustapha Carayol returns to Middlesbrough
- HTAFC exercises break clause on loan
- Comment from Head Coach David Wagner

Mustapha Carayol has today returned to Middlesbrough after his Standard Loan at Huddersfield Town was brought to an end.
 
The loan was initially scheduled to run until 31 May 2016, but Huddersfield Town has exercised the break clause available to both clubs during January 2016.
 
Carayol joined Huddersfield Town on 27 August 2015 under the management of Chris Powell and has gone on to make nine starts and six substitute appearances in the Sky Bet Championship, scoring three times – including one in his final Town appearance in Saturday’s 2-0 win at Bolton Wanderers. 
 
Four of those starts, along with two substitute appearances and two goals, came during the tenure of new Head Coach David Wagner.
 
Wagner explained to htafc.com:
 
“We have many alternatives in this position; an overload. Along with Joe Lolley, Harry Bunn, Sean Scannell and Jamie Paterson, Kyle Dempsey and Duane Holmes are also able to play there.  
 
“Mustapha was the player in this position on loan and I like to work with our players that are under contract, so we have made this decision.
 
“I would like to thank ‘Muzza’ for his hard work at Huddersfield. Like the rest of the squad, he was very open-minded when I arrived at the Club and he has always tried to bring our ideas onto the pitch.”

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