Wednesday 24th July
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Transfer News: Kyle Haynes – Loan Extension
On loan defender Kyle Haynes has signed a one month extension to his deal with Salisbury City.
The youngster hails from Cheltenham Town and has appeared several times for his parent club in League Two. He was also voted ‘League Two Apprentice of the year’ in March.
Released by Birmingham City, Kyle joined Cheltenham as a sixteen year old and went on to impress at youth and reserve level. Such was his progression, he became the youngest ever player to represent Cheltenham Town in the Football League, aged just seventeen. He’s since gone on to win several starting shirts for the Robins as well as regular appearances on the first team bench.
Kyle’s also won headlines at youth level, most noticeably for scoring four goals in a single game in an FA Youth Cup victory over Exeter City. He played the entire match at right-back.
Having trained with the Whites for the past week, Kyle’s now put pen to paper on a one month deal that will see him in a Salisbury shirt until just after Christmas.