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Ipswich Town loan goalkeeper Tomas Holy to Cambridge United



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Ipswich Town goalkeeper Tomas Holy has joined Cambridge United on an emergency seven-day loan.

Ordinarily players cannot move between clubs once transfer windows have shut, but there are exceptions with regards to teams being unable to field a senior 'keeper.

And with Cambridge's number one Dimitar Mitov currently sidelined due to a concussion protocol, they have been granted permission to bring in former Czech Republic youth international Holy from Ipswich.

Tomas Holy has joined Cambridge on a seven-day loan. Picture: Andy Jones
Tomas Holy has joined Cambridge on a seven-day loan. Picture: Andy Jones

The 29-year-old joined the Tractor Boys in 2019 from Gillingham, but he has fallen down the pecking order at Portman Road behind his fellow countryman Vaclav Hladky and Brighton & Hove Albion loanee Christian Walton.

Holy could make his Cambridge debut tonight at Doncaster Rovers, while he will also be with the U's for Saturday's home encounter against AFC Wimbledon.

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