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Collins Loan Set To End

Collins Loan Set To End

Hull City defender Sam Collins who is currently on loan at Swindon Town is expected to leave the club after Saturday`s match at Port Vale.

Collins came to Swindon to get match fitness whilst Hasney Aljofree was out injured has found himself injured over the last couple of weeks.

With Andy Nicholas and Hasney Aljofree returning now Collins is no longer needed at the County Ground and will return to the KC Stadium to help reduce Town`s wage bill at the same time.

Collins most memorable Swindon Town match would be the game against Millwall where Town won 2-1 at The New Den.



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Writer:Aaron Hughes
Date:Wednesday October 24 2007
Time: 9:23AM

Comments

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As a Hull Fan, I'm interested to know what you thought of his performances?
Basel Tiger
24/10/2007 10:15:00
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As a Vale Fan I'm interested in knowing if he's likely to be playing on Saturday, or is he still injured?
DMG
24/10/2007 20:45:00
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he seemed o.k, don't think he will start on saturday, not seen too much off him to be honest
red_gilly
24/10/2007 21:39:00
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He didnt start against VAle but he looked useful. Wouldnt mind having him back at some stage if he could stay fit.
STFC_Gazza
28/10/2007 08:51:00
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