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Bridgnorth still hopeful over Adam Proudlock

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Bridgnorth Town boss Lee Mills has not given up hope of luring Adam Proudlock to Crown Meadow. Bridgnorth Town boss Lee Mills has not given up hope of luring Adam Proudlock to Crown Meadow. The Midland Alliance club launched a sensational attempt to sign former Wolves striker Proudlock before last Saturday's 2-1 home defeat to Loughborough University. That bid failed, but Mills, himself a former Wolves striker, insists there is still a chance of the Newport-based 29-year-old appearing for Bridgnorth this season. Read more in today's Shropshire Star

Bridgnorth Town boss Lee Mills has not given up hope of luring Adam Proudlock to Crown Meadow.

The Midland Alliance club launched a sensational attempt to sign former Wolves striker Proudlock before last Saturday's 2-1 home defeat to Loughborough University.

That bid failed, but Mills, himself a former Wolves striker, insists there is still a chance of the Newport-based 29-year-old appearing for Bridgnorth this season.

"We had a chat with Adam but he was offered a trial at a full-time Blue Square Premier club this week and he didn't want to run the risk of an injury on Saturday which was understandable," said Mills.

"We will keep monitoring the situation and the offer still stands.

"If he wants to come and train with us to keep his fitness up, I have not got a problem with that. If he wants to play for us to get some match practice, he is more than welcome to do that as well," he added.

Proudlock, who also played for Stockport and Sheffield Wednesday, is a free agent after being released by Grimsby following their relegation from the Football League at the end of last season.

Bridgnorth are back in action tonight when they head to Biddulph Victoria.

By James Garrison.

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