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Yeovil Look At Former Trialist

Yeovil Town have taken former Alex trialist Curtis Haynes-Brown on trial this week.

The Lowestoft full back was deemed not good enough by Dario after a week with the club which saw him play in the 4-0 win over Congleton.

The 22 year old is to play in Yeovil's friendly with Poole tonight in the hope of earning a contract with the League One club.

Meanwhile, former Alex defender Paul Bignot is on trial at Blackpool. According to Vital Blackpool, Bignot, now at Newport County, could play some part of their friendly against Rangers this evening.

Bignot, brother of former Alex player Marcus, left the club in 2007 after coming through the academy. He played just 21 games at right back in his three years as a professional at the club.







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Date:Tuesday July 19 2011

Time: 2:06PM

 

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