Former Norwich City midfielder Robert Eagle rejoins Lowestoft Town on loan

Better times at Lowestoft Town, which is now in financial crisis. Picture: Archant

Better times at Lowestoft Town, which is now in financial crisis. Picture: Archant

Robert Eagle has rejoined Lowestoft Town on loan from Leiston for the rest of the season.

Robert Eagle has rejoined Lowestoft Town on loan from Leiston for the rest of the season.

The former Norwich City midfielder will be available for this Tuesday’s Bostik League Premier Division home clash against Enfield Town (kick-off 7.45pm).

Eagle was part of Lowestoft’s promotion winning side in 2014, scoring the opener in the 3-0 win in the play-off final against AFC Hornchurch.

The 30-year-old admitted he is excited to be a Trawlerboy once again.

“I’m looking forward to putting the shirt back on and helping the club through its difficult times,” he told the club’s official website.

“I’ve been there through the good times so I only feel it’s right to help through the tough periods too. I always enjoyed my time at Lowestoft and I’m sure I will enjoy it again for the time that I am there.”

Eagle’s arrival could be timely for the Blues, who are looking to arrest a run that’s seen them go eight matches without a win.

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