Date: 28th December 2012 at 2:07pm
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Hartlepool United have handed a new contract to young defender Darren Holden.

The left back has featured 11 times for the club this season and has impressed manager John Hughes enough to earn a new deal.

Holden, 19, has made 15 appearances in total since being handed his debut by former boss Mick Wadsworth in a game against Tranmere Rovers in April 2011.

 

6 Replies to “Defender Darren Holden Pens New Contract”

  • What I have seen of him so far, if he is the future, and the start of the rebuild for next season, then all I can say is this…god help us

  • Spot on Leeds poolie he’s ok going forward and second to none at crossing a ball but his job is defending and he’s been exposed every time he’s played and let’s be fair the coaching down there is not going to improve him

  • When me and the old man saw him for the first time, both said ‘winger’. must be converted sooner rather than later. otherwise he’ll end up doing a Matty Robson, get binned and come back to plough us on a bi-annual basis.

  • When me and the old man saw him for the first time, both said ‘winger’. must be converted sooner rather than later. otherwise he’ll end up doing a Matty Robson, get binned and come back to plough us on a bi-annual basis.

  • When me and the old man saw him for the first time, both said ‘winger’. must be converted sooner rather than later. otherwise he’ll end up doing a Matty Robson, get binned and come back to plough us on a bi-annual basis.

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