TYLER CAN HELP THE KEEPERS
POSH legend Mark Tyler is back at Peterborough as a player-coach and believes he can raise the bar in the goalkeeping department.
Tyler spent 15 years between the sticks at Peterborough – racking up 468 appearances in the process – and returns to the club after Luton Town agreed to let the 38-year-old go.
He joins on a three-month loan with a view to a permanent move, though his role will primarily be coaching Ben Alnwick, Dion Henry and Reading loanee Stuart Moore.
“It’s a great opportunity and the best thing about it is that it’s a club I love,” said Tyler.
“I wouldn’t have left Luton for any other club – I said that to them – and I’m thankful for them allowing me to extend my career a bit longer.
“I’ve played nearly 800 games and worked with some great coaches. I’ll take some of their ideas but I’ve got some of my own, too.
“Ben’s an experienced one and, hopefully, we can all bounce off each other.”