Former Welsh Premier League striker Doidge returns to Forest Green Rovers
Former Welsh Premier League forward Christian Doidge has returned to League Two side Forest Green Rovers from Bolton Wanderers.
The 26-year-old had been on loan at the Championship side since August and had a £1m move agreed with the Gloucestershire side.
Parent club Forest Green Rovers have recalled the former Old Gold striker from his loan at the Macron Stadium.
He missed Bolton Wanderers’ FA Cup victory over League One side Walsall on Saturday evening due to an embargo according to the Daily Mail, the Welshman was unable to play, along with Remi Matthews.
Forest Green Rovers chairman Dale Vince confirmed the club would be recalling Doidge from his loan at Bolton on Facebook:
From Monday morning, Christian Doidge is back with FGR. “We’ve taken the decision to recall him after his loan agreement expired last week.”
During his time with the Trotters, he made 17 Championship appearances, scoring once.
He returns to The New Lawn where he spent a total of three years, with 20 goals scored in 39 games. Doidge scored in Forest Green’s play-off final victory over Tranmere Rovers.
Rovers currently occupy one of the play-off spots in League Two and are just three points off an automatic spot with two games in hand over Bury.
Doidge had previously playing spells with Cwmbran Celtic, Croesyceiliog, Barry Town United and Carmarthen Town, before moving to Football League side Dagenham & Redbridge.