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LUFC Ryan Hall being linked with Leeds move

Leeds United are being linked with a move for Southend United winger Ryan Hall.

Hall is currently out of favour at Roots Hall after falling out with team manager Paul Sturrock during pre-season.

He started the first two games of the season for Southend against Peterborough United and Accrington Stanley before being dropped to the bench for the following game against Oxford United and he hasn`t featured since.

Peterborough tried to sign Hall on transfer deadline day for a fee in the region of 100,000, which was rejected by Southend.

Hall looked all set to sign for championship side Blackpool in September after training with Ian Holloway`s side but a deal fell through after the player could not agree personal terms after a fee in the region of 250,000 had been agreed between the two clubs..

The 24 year old has been training alone since the deal with Blackpool fell through, with Southend chairman Ron Martin not wanting the player at the club.

He started his career with Crystal Palace and he made his debut in November 2007. He made just two appearances for Palace before loan spells at League Two side Dagenham and Redbridge and Conference side Crawley Town.

Hall drifted into non-league with Bromley in 2009 before returning to the Football League with Southend in the summer of 2010.

In his first season with the shrimpers, he scored 9 times in 48 appearances for the club and he was instrumental in their attacking play with 18 assists to his name.

Last season he scored 14 goals in 54 appearances and he was once again a key player for Southend with 20 assists, the most by any player in the Football League.

Hall stated earlier this week that Peterborough were still interested in signing the player along with one other unnamed side.

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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 9 2012

Time: 7:14PM

Your Comments

With so many assists to his name and obviously plenty of pace this lad could be a good addition to the squad providing he sorts his head out and knuckles down. Thought we were lacking creativity badly against Barnsley we didnt seem to have much in our locker when going forward.
trickyfandango
With so many assists to his name and obviously plenty of pace this lad could be a good addition to the squad providing he sorts his head out and knuckles down. Thought we were lacking creativity badly against Barnsley we didnt seem to have much in our locker when going forward.
trickyfandango
 

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