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8 March 2016

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Keeper departs for Posh three games short of 300 appearances

Goalkeeper Mark Tyler has left Luton Town to rejoin former club Peterborough United on a three-month loan with a view to a permanent deal.

The 38-year-old leaves Kenilworth Road after six-and-a-half years of service for the Hatters and just three matches short of 300 appearances for the Club.

Signed by Mick Harford in the summer of 2009, Tyler went onto become a huge favourite between the sticks with the Town.

He helped the Hatters to a famous FA Cup victory against boyhood team Norwich City in January 2013 and then kept 23 clean sheets the following season as the Town finally won promotion back to the Football League.

Everyone at Luton Town would like to wish Mark the very best of luck at Peterborough and for his future career.

And it goes without saying that the Club wish to thank Mark for his outstanding service and contributions both on and off the pitch during his time at Kenilworth Road.

There’s only one Mark Tyler.

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