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Kerry heads to Harriers
Thursday 25th March 18:36

Chesterfield have allowed Lloyd Kerry to link up with Blue Square Premier side Kidderminster on loan.

Kerry makes loan move
Tuesday 10th November 15:16

Chesterfield have allowed Lloyd Kerry to link up with Alfreton Town on a one-month loan deal.

Spireites agree Kerry deal
Monday 2nd June 22:37

Lloyd Kerry has agreed a permanent deal at Chesterfield after being released by Sheff United.

Kerry extends Spireites stay
Tuesday 18th March 12:54

Sheff Utd midfielder Lloyd Kerry is to stay on loan at Chesterfield until the end of the season.

Kerry extends Gulls loan
Friday 16th March 16:51

Torquay's bid to avoid relegation has been boosted by Lloyd Kerry's loan extension.

League Two round-up
Saturday 10th March 16:07

Swindon climbed back into the top three after a 2-0 victory over lowly Accrington.

Gulls bring in Kerry
Friday 16th February 16:19

Torquay have signed Lloyd Kerry on a one-month loan deal from Sheffield United.

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