Carl McHugh

mchughThe Donegal born man did not look convincing in the first 45 minutes, being caught in possession on numerous occasions including one instance which led to Weymouth’s second goal. A lack of pace was also apparent as the opposing strikers had the better of him throughout the first half. A switch to left back in the second half saw the ex-Bradford man put in a more solid performance. Would not be in the starting eleven on first impressions but a good pre-season under his belt could make all the difference.

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Currently studying Geography at the University of Leeds. Adam was previously a Plymouth Argyle season ticket holder but it's a long old poke to home games these days. He is on a quest to visit all 72 League grounds (Currently languishing in the mid 40s).