Former Premier League player left EFL club in January

Former Premier League player left EFL club in January


After leaving when his contract ended, the 31-year-old goalkeeper, Jed Steer, quickly returned before the transfer window closed. Initially brought in as a backup for the first-choice goalie Nicholas Bilokapic, Steer made four appearances and decided to return when Bilokapic recovered from injury. He expressed his happiness at being back and his excitement to help the club during a crucial part of the season.

Steer mentioned that he was gutted to leave initially but is now looking forward to contributing to the team’s success. He emphasized the healthy competition for places in the team and expressed his gratitude for the support he received from the fans. His decision to leave was understood and accepted by Peterborough boss, Ferguson, who also highlighted the uncertainty of guaranteed playing time in football.

Peterborough’s goalkeeper options, in addition to Steer and Bilokapic, include Fynn Talley and the currently injured Will Blackmore. Ferguson recognized the talent of all the keepers and thanked Jed as the team now moves forward.


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