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OFFICIAL: Meyler loaned to Hull City

OFFICIAL: Meyler loaned to Hull City

Irish midfielder David Meyler has today (Thursday) moved out on-loan in search of first-team football, joining Hull City on-loan.

The 23 year-old midfielder joins wing-back Ahmed Elmohamady on-loan at the KC Stadium and will remain with the Tigers until January 1 2013.

Meyler has been a regular in Martin O'Neill's matchday squad this season, making one start and four substitute appearances for the Lads.

The Irish international has also clocked up two appearances for Giovanna Trapattoni's Republic of Ireland, against Oman and the Faroe Islands.

Good luck David!



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Writer:safc123
Date:Thursday November 8 2012
Time: 2:07PM

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