Next Game

Stevenage v Hartlepool

Saturday, 09 August 2014, 15:00

Sky Bet League 2

Dolan hoping for extended stay

Hartlepool loanee Matty Dolan is hoping parent club Middlesbrough will agree to extend his loan spell at Victoria Park.

Last Updated: 09/09/13 at 16:15

Victoria Park: Home to Hartlepool

Victoria Park: Home to Hartlepool

The 20-year-old midfielder has started all four games for his hometown club since arriving from The Riverside in August on a youth loan that requires renewal on a month-by-month basis.

"I've loved it so far," Dolan told Hartlepool's official website. "The gaffer has stuck by me and kept playing me so that's all I can ask for really.

"I get on really well with all the lads, we see each other out of training as well, so if the clubs can get talking I see no reason why we can't get another month sorted."

Pools have yet to win in Sky Bet League Two this season following relegation, but Dolan is confident Colin Cooper's side will soon kickstart their campaign.

"I think once we get that first win in the league, the confidence will come through for us to go on a run," he added.

Related News

Most Commented

Readers' Comments

H

ot damn, does Arsene Know!

fackson
Arsenal confirm Sanchez signing

O

k, let me start it...Arsenal signed Alexis f***ing Sanchez! Is this Arsene's new transfer policy? Me likey.

poolshortsdown
Arsenal confirm Sanchez signing

A

stark contrast to Neymar's treatment at Barca his first year. He was brushed off to the flank and told to stay there. I thought it was a bit harsh from Martino to margianalize Neymar like that, but good grief, it's better than woshipping him like his national team does.

timbo
Brazil Team Over-Subscribed To Idea Of Neymar As Deity

Footer 365

Premier League: Manchester United preparations going well under Louis van Gaal and Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs is adamant new Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is 'not scared about the challenge'.

Transfer news: Arsenal sign Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona

Arsenal have confirmed the signing of Chile forward Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona for a fee believed to be £35million.

World Cup: Louis van Gaal blasts third-place play-off

Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal insists a World Cup third-place play-off "has got nothing to do whatsoever with sport."

Mail Box

Mails: It's Not Entertainment, It's Sport...

When did we start getting the idea that football was an entertainment business? It's about winning and winning alone. We also have some defences of Louis van Gaal...

Do England Need Scholes, Lineker Etc?

They've all got ideas about where things are going wrong, so why don't they step up and help? Plus, we have lots of fall-out from the dullness of Holland v Argentina...

© 2014 British Sky Broadcasting Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media property