Thursday, November 22, 2007

Ephraim Stays at West Ham - For Now

Hogan Ephraim has turned down the chance of a move to Colchester United. Colchester manager Geriant Williams said,

"We were looking to sign Hogan on a loan deal with a view to a permanent basis in January. We had talks with Hogan and his representatives, but he has since informed us that he won't be joining us at this moment in time."

West Ham United have agreed to let attacking midfielder Tony Stokes join Blue Square Premier side Stevenage Borough on a two-month loan. Stokes scored a hat-trick in a training match on Wednesday in which Ashton and Parker also scored.


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