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  • "Cannot see a problem about getting someone else in on loan. Hall generally put in what he has...but what he has is still a bit limited. I know Wilder has a pretty dreadful record with his loan signings, but now IL is taking more control maybe we will get in some Championship player who cannot get regular first team football.

    Shame about Newport's game being postponed. All that effort Kitson put in to ensure he had Boxing Day and New Year's Day off. Now he will have to sit at home yet one more match."
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Asa Hall returns to Shrewsbury after Oxford United loan spell end

Asa Hall

Asa Hall

First published in Headlines Oxford Mail: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Sports Reporter covering Oxford United. Follow us on twitter: @oxfordmailoufc. Call me on 01865 425458

ASA Hall has returned to Shrewsbury Town after his loan at Oxford United expired.

The 27-year-old rejoined the U’s for a second spell in July and has been a regular in the first half of the season.

Hall made 21 appearances, starting 16 games, and scored three goals before the deal ran out yesterday.

Both United and the player had made it clear they were keen on extending the loan until the end of the season.

Last month Shrews manager Graham Turner was quoted saying the arrangement was “advantageous” to the U’s.

A move remains a possibility for Hall, who is out of contract this summer, but with the clubs yet to reach an agreement he has returned to the Sky Bet League One club for the moment.

It leaves the U’s light on senior players for Saturday’s trip to Charlton Athletic in the FA Cup.

They will also be without Dave Kitson, whose suspension is still in place following yesterday’s postponement of United’s game at Newport County.

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