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AIDAN STONE JOINES WIDNES ON LOAN
7th December 2019 0:38


Mon 2 Dec 2019
Mansfield Town FC @mansfieldtownfc

LOAN: Best of luck to goalkeeper @aidanstone26, who has joined @Widnes_FC on a one-month loan


(@Widnes_FC, Official Twitter for Widnes Football Club. Members of the BetVictor Northern Premier League, step 3, non-league football)

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chad.co.uk, by JOHN LOMAS, Tuesday 03 December 2019

https://www.chad.co.uk/sport/football/port-vale-hurdle-as-mansfield-town-feel-the-pressure-1-10134038

Meanwhile, Mansfield have sent young third-choice keeper Aidan Stone out on loan to Widnes.

The Vikings are currently struggling in Northern Premier League Division One North West.

Dempster said: “We wanted to get Aidan out before the New Year for a few games.

“He will still be training with us every day. The deal allows him to go and play on a Saturday.

“We have high hopes for him.”

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NEW SIGNING: AIDAN STONE JOINS ON LOAN
Sun 1 Dec 2019, BY CALLUM CHADWICK
https://www.widnesfootballclub

Mansfield Town keeper signs on an initial one-month loan deal

Widnes Football Club are pleased to confirm the loan signing of Mansfield Town goalkeeper Aidan Stone.

Aidan, 20, arrives from the Stags on an initial one-month loan deal per recommendation from former First Team Coach Andy Burgess, who is now Head of Recruitment at the League Two club.

He joined Mansfield in the summer after leaving Burnley, and made his debut for John Dempster's side in August, a 1-1 draw with Everton under-21s in the Leasing.com Trophy at One Call Stadium.

Stone played the full 90 minutes of Widnes' 2-1 loss to Runcorn Linnets on Saturday, and arrives to provide competition for Whites shot-stopper Owen Wheeler.

Joint-manager Kev Towey said: "Owen has had a difficult time of late and he knows himself that he's not reached the standards that he hit during the second-part of last season.

"I can see that's hurting him. He's probably a little bit more than his own biggest critic so we've just took him out of the firing line for a few games.

"We've explained to him that he can work with Aidan and in training to get his mojo back and I'm confident he'll do that over the next month."

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