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More Hoskins Rumours

Since shocking the Millmoor faithful with the announcement that he hasn`t signed a new contract, two more teams have become interested in Will Hoskins, according to tribalfootball.com.

The first being Premiership side, Manchester City, who have only scored 14 league goals so far this season. So, maybe a striker will be on manager Stuart Pearce`s Christmas list? To be honest, I can`t see it being Will Hoskins. If he went to the City of Manchester Stadium there is every chance that he would be warming the bench for much of the season.

Local Premiership side, Sheffield United are the other team linked with Hoskins today. Manager, Neil Warnock has already stated that some of his current playing staff will be leaving in January and striker Geoff Horsfield, who cost 1m last season, is already out on loan at Leeds United.

So, along with Ipswich Town, West Bromwich Albion, Celtic and Nottingham Forest, we now have two more teams keeping their eyes on young Will.

If you are going to Cheltenham tomorrow and the crowd seems to be higher than you`d have thought, it could be the rest of the Football Leagues managers and scouts watching our young striker!












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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 15 2006

Time: 9:06AM

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Fingers crossed he stays where he is, we need him more than the other teams
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