Clint Hill back to boost Carlisle

Posted Friday, January 26, 2018 by PA

Clint Hill back to boost Carlisle

Carlisle defender Clint Hill is set to feature at home to Forest Green.

The veteran centre-back flew back from Spain, where he had been at the bedside of his ill father, to play in last Saturday’s goalless draw at Stevenage and Hill has been given the full backing of manager Keith Curle to decide on his availability.

Curle is hoping to sign a replacement for striker Shaun Miller, who joined Crewe on loan until the end of the season.

Midfielder Kelvin Etuhu (ankle) is edging closer to a return having been out for a month.

Forest Green boss Mark Cooper will have defender Farrend Rawson back among the ranks for the trip to Cumbria.

Rawson missed last Saturday’s 5-2 home victory over Cambridge under the concussion protocol after suffering a head injury during the 1-0 defeat at Swindon the previous weekend.

Striker Tahvon Campbell marked the start of his loan spell from West Brom with a goal on his debut as a late substitute and will hope his efforts earn him further involvement.

Rovers remain just one place off the foot of the table but just a point behind Chesterfield in 22nd place as a result of two wins in their last three league games.


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