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Sam Collins and Andy Monkhouse are staying at Hartlepool for the 2013/14 campaign.

Last Updated: 16/05/13 at 21:23

Andy Monkhouse: Stays on at Victoria Park

Andy Monkhouse: Stays on at Victoria Park

Pools, who were relegated from League One this season, have exercised options in the duo's contracts to keep them at Victoria Park for another 12 months.

The form of both players improved under John Hughes, with winger Monkhouse scoring four goals in his last four games to finish with seven in total.

The north east club, who are currently looking for a new manager, have also offered new contracts to goalkeeper Andy Rafferty, full-back Jordan Richards and midfielder Greg Rutherford.

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