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Hull City confirm player’s departure

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Hull City have confirmed that goalkeeper Will Mannion has extended his stay at Kidderminster Harriers, keeping him there until the end of the season.

The Tigers’ stopper signed for the club on loan until January at the end of November and has impressed enough to earn himself an extension on his loan, now running until the end of the season.

His current side, Kidderminster Harriers, are sat at the lower end of the National League North table, in 18th after 25 games so far. He has made nine appearances for the side so far this season and will be keen to add to that now that he is there for the duration of the campaign.

Having joined in late November, Mannion has been a regular feature of the side and will continue to do so after this month, to hopefully help them steer clear of the relegation battle.

His last appearance for the side came in the 2-1 defeat away to Hereford on New Year’s Day, as he missed out when they faced Blyth Spartans over a week ago. Hull City have now confirmed that Mannion will continue his development at the Aggborough Stadium this season.

Up next for Mannion and Kidderminster is the test of Spennymoor Town who currently sit in 7th in the league at present.

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The Verdict

This is probably a move for the best as Mannion has found some regular first-team action for Kidderminster and there is seemingly no chance of Grant McCann dropping George Long any time soon, given his solid form.

Mannion will be keen to continue to get senior football experience under his belt at just 21-years-old and hopefully impress people higher up the footballing ladder with this move.


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