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Alex Hurst is a versatile midfielder who was signed from non-league side Bradford Park Avenue in the summer of 2019. He agreed a two-year deal with the Valiants.
The youngster was then loaned back to his former club for the remainder of the 2019-20 season but was also able to make his senior Port Vale debut in a Football League Trophy game at Macclesfield Town. Hurst came on as a substitute.
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