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Hull City


Jon Walters
Jon Walters

Tigers sell striker

Two of Hull City's forwards seem to be on their way out of the KC Stadium


Jon Walters has left Hull City to join League Two side Wrexham.

The 21 year old striker, who was limited to nine league starts as a permanent member of the Tigers squad, has signed a one year deal at the Racecourse Ground.

Another striker Aaron Wilbraham says he is keen to stay at the club, despite being told he can leave by manager Peter Taylor.

He has been linked with moves to MK Dons and Rotherham United this summer.

last updated: 01/07/05
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Does Hull City have too many strikers?
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Sam B
I think u need good back up players like walters, wilbraham is not good enough

Bob Mack
Yes they do

Craig Richardson
No not really we do have a few strikers but we need a class one for the season coming

Mr A Maskell
Peter Taylor is the manager so he knows whats best for the club,he must think they are not the players for Hull City so be it, he has taken the club from the old 4th Div to the 2nd div, so leave him to do his job thats what he is paid for to manage Hull City

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