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Pools Clinch Signing Of Mansfield Winger

12 January 2016

Ronnie Moore has made his first breakthrough in the transfer market with the arrival of winger Nathan Thomas from Mansfield Town.

The 21-year-old started out as a youngster with Newcastle United before joining Sunderland, from where he enjoyed a short loan spell with Darlington.

In 2013 he turned down the offer a new deal and he went on to join Plymouth Argyle, where he made 24 appearances and scored his first competitive goal in their 2-0 win over Pools in September 2014.

The Ingleby Barwick born wide man’s next move was north of the border when he agreed a deal to join Motherwell last February but returned to England during the summer to join Mansfield.

Thomas has made 21 appearances for The Stags this term, including a Man of the Match display against Pools in the 3-1 win over Ronnie Moore’s men in November.

The winger, who has been handed the number 7 shirt at The Vic, has signed a permanent deal with the Club and will go straight in to contention for Saturday’s game against Wycombe Wanderers.

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