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 Monday, 20 January, 2003, 12:25 GMT
Dreyer recruits duo
Stevenage Borough have turned to experience in their bid to beat the drop in the Nationwide Conference.

Caretaker manager John Dreyer has signed former Northern Ireland striker Phil Gray on loan from Chelmsford City. And he has also recruited former Cambridge United team-mate Neil Mustoe from Gloucester City.

Gray, 34, played alongside Dreyer during the first of two spells with Luton Town and also played for Spurs, Sunderland, Burnley and Oxford United.

He dropped out of the Nationwide League last summer after chalking up over 100 league and cup goals.

Mustoe, 26, started his career at Manchester United before making over 100 appearances for Cambridge United.

The pair both made their Boro debuts as substitutes as Stevenage won a vital game against fellow strugglers Nuneaton Borough on Saturday.

Stevenage have also signed 17-year-old midfielder Rory Jenkins on a two-year deal.


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