Rangers fans' favourite Clint Hill continues hunt for new club following Ibrox exit
Former Rangers defender Clint Hill is training with Carlisle United as he continues the hunt for a new club following his Ibrox exit.
The 38-year-old centre back is a free agent after being deemed surplus to requirements by boss Pedro Caixinha at the end of last season and has been handed the chance to win a deal by the League Two outfit.
Blues boss Keith Curle, who worked with Hill at Crystal Palace and QPR, revealed that the veteran stopper had been training with the Cumbrian side and is set to return next week.
Curle told the News and Star : "He's a player that I have known, worked... read more
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