Filed: Friday, 16th March 2012
By: Staff Writer
Robert Hall has become the third young Hammer to seal a loan move to the lower leagues today.
Earlier in the day it was confirmed that Freddie Sears would be remaining with Colchester United for the rest of the campaign whilst Cristian Montano has joined Oxford on a month-long loan.
And now Hall - who made his first team debut for West Ham at Derby County on 31st December before going on to make three further appearances from the bench - has completed a move to League One outfit MK Dons.
The 18-year-old England youth international has joined the Buckinghamshire-based club on loan for the remainder of the current season, including the play-offs if required.
Hall - who featured for Oxford in League Two earlier on in the season, where he scored six times in 12 starts - could make his first appearance for his new club at relegation-threatened Chesterfield tomorrow.
The Dons - who have played 35 of their 46 league games - are currently fifth in League One, some seven points adrift of the automatic promotion slots and the same margin ahead of seventh-place Carlisle who sit just outside the play-off zone.
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