Pring links up with the Shots
Posted: Thursday, October 19th 2017
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Cameron Pring has joined Hereford FC in a two-month loan switch.
The 19-year-old left-back has just completed a one-month stint at Aldershot Town, where he was restricted to one substitute appearance.
Earlier this season he featured eight times on loan at Merthyr Town.
Brian Tinnion, the club’s loans manager and club ambassador, said: “Hereford have got a very busy period between now and Christmas.
“Beads (Peter Beadle, Hereford FC manager) is in need of a left-back, so we know Cameron will go there and play games. It’s a deal that works for everyone.”
Hereford FC were founded in 2014 as a phoenix club for Hereford United. They play in the Southern League Premier Division and are currently in the play-offs.
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