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Trio join Cheltenham on loan

Joe Morrell, Taylor Moore and Freddie Hinds have joined Cheltenham Town on loan until January 1st.

The young trio will enjoy regular competitive match action with the Sky Bet League Two side for the next four months.

Brian Tinnion, the club’s loans manager and club ambassador, said: “All three and going to Cheltenham to play games and they’ll certainly gain valuable experience for their ongoing development at Whaddon Road.”

Wales youth international Morrell made his debut for City at the age of 16 and has recently spent time on loan with Sutton United and Margate.

The central midfielder, now 20, featured as a substitute in the 5-0 win over Plymouth Argyle earlier this month.

Moore joined City in 2016 from French club Lens and spent the second half of last season at Bury, helping the Manchester club to avoid relegation.

A defender who can operate at right-back or centre-half, Moore has represented England at every age group from Under-17s up to Under-20s.

Hinds, 18, was a January recruit from Luton Town and has already shown his credentials in the Carabao Cup this season.

The young striker scored in the wins over Plymouth Argyle and Watford, and also made his league debut in the 2-2 draw at Brentford.

Joe Morrell made his debut aged just 16
Taylor Moore is an England youth international
Freddie Hinds has netted twice this season already

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