Hazel set for Workington move

Chesterfield striker Jacob Hazel is set to join Blue Square Bet North side Workington on loan for the rest of the season.

Last Updated: 18/03/13 at 18:53

Darren Edmondson: Gives Jacob Hazel a chance with Reds

Darren Edmondson: Gives Jacob Hazel a chance with Reds

The 18-year-old will be eligible to play in the Reds' game at Vauxhall Motors on Tuesday night, subject to the necessary paperwork going through in time.

Hazel, a product of the youth system at Chesterfield, made his first senior appearance for the club as a substitute in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie against Oldham in September. He also played in two League Two games later that month.

The teenager has also had a spell on loan at Matlock Town this season.

The agreement with Workington includes a 24-hour recall clause after 28 days.

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