Former Port Vale striker JJ Hooper has been released by League Two rivals Grimsby Town.
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JJ Hooper was a striker who was signed from non-league Havant and Waterlooville for a small fee. He made 54 appearances, scoring ten times before leaving Port Vale.
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Grimsby Town have announced the signing of former Port Vale striker JJ Hooper on a two-year deal.
The Grimsby Telegraph claims that released striker JJ Hooper has joined fellow League Two side Grimbsy Town on trial.
Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro says that if forward JJ Hooper “was here right now he might be playing” and that he could remain at the club from January onwards.
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