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Former Everton Trainee Leaves Bury For Stanley

Mark Hughes has moved slightly closer to his roots with the former Everton trainee leaving Bury to join Accrington on loan.

The defender, who has featured regularly this season, has left until the end of the season.

On a busy deadline day for Bury this was one of the many deals involving the club as Kevin Blackwell looked to shape a Shakers squad that could stave off relegation to League Two, which is where Hughes will be playing until the summer.

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Date:Friday February 1 2013

Time: 11:37AM

 

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