Great start mate! Looking forward to the next chapter. A case of false-dawns so far, I would say. It makes sense that a move would be on the cards to look for more regular first-team football.
A dream move quickly turned to a nightmare. How very depressing! Another great write-up mate and quite the rollercoaster given the high of life in Puerto Rico and then the US to the news of a return to the UK as a result of a devastating injury.
Good to see that he got to get back out on the pitch again with a good club in Blyth and performed admirably too. 31 is a relatively young age to retire but let's see what happens next with regards to going into coaching.
A gamble to say the least and as mentioned with regards to Bates and Harrison, Hartlepool's track-record with a turnover of managers since relegation from the Football League isn't great to say the least. I hope Watt can be the man to guide the Poolies back to the EFL.
Great story, thank you very much! I really hope that young talents will play at a very serious level and will delight us with their greatest successes and beautiful play for a long time to come. For sports and football in general, hope is very important. I recently read a few essays on this topic, check this source. It is with goals, dreams and hopes that the path of great athletes, great football players begins.
A talent for this level for sure! Exciting arrival and a good start to recruitment!
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