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Youth To Play For Contracts

Youth To Play For Contracts

Manager Iffy Onuora will play many young players against Huddersfield as they try to earn professional contracts.

David Stroud and Ben Wells will join Lucas Jutkiewicz tomorrow as Town play their final game of the season against Hudderfield.

Stroud made his senior debut against Huddersfield in a 1-1 draw and was man of the match. Since an injury he has fell down the pecking order. Ben Wells has featured in three games this season while being on the bench for another 4.

Both players will be looking to impress manager Iffy Onuora and earn professional contracts.

Kyle Lapham who is on loan to Cirencester Town is rumoured to be departing the club at the end of the season after a poor loan spell.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday May 5 2006
Time: 5:18PM

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No offence but if this is the case the club shoul have reduced the price of the tickets for this game.
red_gilly
05/05/2006 19:53:00
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i agree with you there being the last game of the season and last game in league one would of been ideal opportunity to get a few more fare weather fans through do entice them next season!! but with repsect to the kids having watched them in the reserves esp stroudy they will do a good job for town today.
juz stfc
06/05/2006 12:20:00
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