Yetton could return for Truro City after five months out but Hall departs
After more than five months out with a knee injury, Stewart Yetton may rejoin Truro City's squad for Saturday's home Blue Square Bet South game against Eastleigh (3pm).
The striker played 45 minutes for City's reserve team when they lost 3-0 at Penryn in midweek, and also trained on Thursday, but reported this morning that his keee was "sore".
Two other unnamed players also face fitness tests with Joe Broad (hernia) almost certain to be one of them after missing his first game of the season in City's 1-0 midweek win at Sutton Utd.
But one player definitely missing is defender Calron Hall, who has moved to London to live.
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Manager Lee Hodges said: "I'd like to say a very big thank-you to Calron, who has stepped up into the first team and been very much a part of it, especially in the days when the squad was down to the bare 11 and 12.
"He's come along well and he's probably going to sign for Tooting and Mitcham now."