BOBBY Reid has been recalled from his loan spell by parent club Bristol City.The Robins have exercised their 24-hour recall clause on the midfielder, whose loan spell was originally due to expire at the end of November.
Bobby joined Argyle at the end of September on an original month's loan, making his debut at Accrington Stanley in a 1-0 defeat. In his subsequent six starts for Argyle, Bobby was part of a side that went unbeaten, winning four and drawing two, and conceded just one goal.
On his home debut, Bobby provided the cross for Reuben Reid's winning goal, and would continue to make telling contributions throughout his time with the club, helping Argyle to an unbeaten October.
He extended his loan by another month on the expiration of the first spell, but after playing against Burton Albion, and missing out of cup games with Fylde and Coventry, he will now return to Ashton Gate.
Everyone at Argyle would like to thank Bobby for his services, and wish him well for the future.