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Danny Hodnett

 

Position:

right-back

DoB:
Age:
Birthplace:
19 November 1986
20
unknown
 
     
     
 
City Career  
 
Transfer Details: Signed on a free transfer from Conference North neighbours Worcester City on 25 January '07.
City Debut: v Northwood (a) SLPD, 27 January '07, Won 2-0.
City Stats

2006/7: 5 Apps, 0 Goals
Totals: 5 Apps, 0 Goals

 
Career Club History: Stoke City, Kidderminster Harriers, Worcester City (39(24)-0), Evesham United (loan 05/6), Gloucester City (loan 06/7), Evesham United
Honours: none known
     
 

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Hodnett is a tough-tackling, solid defensive player who made an immediate difference to the City back four by adding a little grit in a debut ending in an essential win over Northwood that also saw the Tigers keep their first clean sheet in more than a month. Hodnett may not catch the eye with too many forward runs but he's hard to get past and when he does get forward he can also whip in some dangerous crosses from the right flank. Seems to be exactly the right signing for the team at this time, a verstile player who can play anywhere on the right side of defence or midfield. Sadly for City a bizarre gentleman's agreement seemed to see Hodnett return after just one game to Worcester, despite his move having been clearly stated not to be a loan move. An injury to Worcester right-back Des Lyttle saw Hodnett head back to St. George's Lane but fortunately he was back in Gloucester colours after just one week's absence and with some solid performances and crisp passing City fans couldn't be happier to seem him.

Hodnett joined at the end of January 2007 on a free transfer from Worcester City where the youngster has seen himself restricted largely to sub appearances this season having made his Worcester debut as a teenager a couple of years ago. Has Southern League experience from a spell with Evesham United during their relegation battle last season, having started his career with Stoke City and picked up extensive reserve football action in a spell with Kidderminster. Hodnett has committed himself to Meadow Park, but slightly bizarrely Tiger's boss Tim Harris has a gentleman's agreement the player could return to Worcester if the Conference North side have an injury crisis before the end of the season.

 

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