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Will Paul Hurst stay at Grimsby?
By: Rob Sedgwick
Lennie Lawrence is contemplating letting centre back Peter Handyside go on loan for a month to a lower division club in a bid to improve the 25-year-old's fitness. Hanndyside has featured in some recent reserve games and also started in the second Worthington cup game against Carlisle.
Handyside hasn't played a league game for the Mariners since May 1999 and he missed the whole of last season following an ankle injury sustained in a pre-season tour of Ireland before the start of last season.
Lawrence commented: "Playing in the lower leagues would sharpen him up because at the moment he's still a bit off the first division pace."
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