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Former Loanees Are Targets

Former Loanees Are Targets

Graham Turner has confirmed that he is interested in a number of former loanees at the club, but it's a case of wait and see at the moment.

Speaking to the Shropshire Star Turner explained.

'I wouldn't rule them out. There's one or two who did well for us, Stephen McGinn and Yado Mambo did all right. And Cameron Gayle and James Hurst all come under the microscope of what we might need for next season.'

Turner did point out though that attacking options are his priority for the coming campaign and that's where he's putting most of his efforts into at the moment.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Tuesday May 21 2013
Time: 9:47PM

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