Former AFC Ludlow striker Nathan Hodge told he can leave Welsh Premier outfit Newtown (From Ludlow Advertiser)
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Former AFC Ludlow striker Nathan Hodge told he can leave Welsh Premier outfit Newtown
FORMER AFC Ludlow and Woofferton striker Nathan Hodge has been told he can leave Welsh Premier outfit Newtown.
Hodge joined Newtown in pre-season but has not fitted into the plans of manager Bernie McNally.
“Nathan has been told that he can seek other clubs, with two English teams having shown an interest in transferring him,” said a Newtown spokesman.
Meanwhile, Nathan’s brother, Dale Hodge, could be playing his last game for AFC Ludlow this Saturday before heading to university. Goalkeeper Ian Havard should be available and will take over the gloves after returning from Canada.
Simon Bull also looks set to return for Dave Cooper’s Ludlow, who travel to Wolverhampton to face second- bottom Bilbrook in West Midlands League Division Two.
T h i r d - p l a c e d Ludlow were not in action last weekend while Bilbrook have drawn two and lost two of their opening four matches.