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Loan Trio Depart

Northampton already released several players in January, some decisions were made by Chris Wilder and he has now decided that three loanees aren't in his plans.

As such Matty Blair and Sean McGinty have been sent back to their parent clubs, slightly ahead of their loans ending with James Hurst sent back to his parent club a couple of weeks early, however Wilder hasn't officially ended his loan so could still recall him.

Blair has returned to Fleetwood, with him missing at the weekend anyway due to injury and Sean McGinty sent back to Sheffield United whereas Hurst is training with Crawley again.

Wilder told the official website: 'I would like to thank both players for their efforts.

'Matty has a minor ankle injury which would have kept him out for this weekend anyway, and with the players coming in the opportunities for both players here would have been limited moving forwards.

'I wish both every success in the future.

'In addition James Hurst is now training back at Crawley. He still has a couple of weeks left on his loan so we can call him back if needed but again his opportunities would be limited so it is best he trains with his parent club.'

The new Cobblers boss is clearly stamping his authority on the squad with the players that former caretaker Andy King not signing players that were part of a longer-term vision....

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Date:Wednesday February 5 2014

Time: 8:52PM

 

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