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Thursday, 5 September, 2002, 16:35 GMT 17:35 UK
Mansfield run rule over Hardy
Former Wrexham and Port Vale defender Phil Hardy has been given a chance to earn a move to Mansfield Town.

Stags boss Stuart Watkiss is looking for a new full-back to ease an injury crisis at Field Mill.

And 29-year-old Hardy, who started over 450 games for Wrexham before spending a season at Vale Park, could fit the bill after being a given a run-out in Town's reserves.

"We need players, but we need the right players," Watkiss told the club's website.

"We'll have a look at Phil and he could find himself involved on Saturday if things go well over the next couple of days."

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