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Two New Players for Luton

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 20/09/2012

GRIMSBY have made their second loan signing of the week, bringing Bradford City striker Ross Hannah to Blundell Park until around Xmas time. The 26-year-old joins Crawley winger Scott Neilson in Town's squad for the big clash with Luton on Friday.

Hannah, like Neilson, is no stranger to non-league football, and has played for several clubs at various levels including Worksop, Gainsborough, Hednesford and Matlock. The Sheffield-born forward left Matlock to move to Bradford in 2011, and has played 18 times for the Bantams.

Both new signings are very likely to feature, if not start, against Luton. Grimsby have been defensively sound for most of the season, but have struggled to create enough chances and convert those that they have done. One option is for Hannah to the out of form Cook up front, and Neilson to play on the left wing in place of Artus, although there are other ways to incorporate them into the side.

Luton's Jake Howells, came off with concussion in last Saturday's goalless draw with Wrexham at Kenilworth Road, but is expected to at least make the squad.

Garry Richards, James Dance and Danny Spiller are all long term injuries for the Hatters.

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