Date: 2nd January 2013 at 1:11pm
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Hartlepool United striker Colin Nish appears to have played his last game for the club after extending his loan spell at Dundee until the end of the season.

The forward, 31, made a loan move to the Scottish Premier League side in August and, with the loan spell set to expire this month, the two clubs have agreed to extend the deal until the summer.

The former Kilmarnock striker is then out of contract at Victoria Park and is unlikely to be offered a new deal.

After being signed by Mick Wadsworth in the summer of 2011 Nish scored four goals in 12 starts for the club, but fell out of favour with Neale Cooper following the Scot’s return to Pools.


One Reply to “Colin Nish’s Hartlepool Career Is Over”

  • 4 goals in 12 starts – on that rate if we’d kept him instead of bringing in Howard he should have managed 8 so far – pity we dismissed him as a striker who couldn’t score. Relatively prolific by this season’s standards.

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