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A Familiar Figure Returns

This Saturday, when we entertain FC Halifax a familiar face will be amongst the visitors starting eleven.

Simon Ainge, who left Luton last season, is now in the ranks of Halifax players and with regards to his impending return has used the social network site Twitter to remark,

"Looking forward to this weekend seeing some friends and a massive game."

Hopefully the Hatters support will give the defender a good reception.




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The Journalist

Writer: Mad Hatter Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 3 2013

Time: 5:44PM

 

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