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Paul Hurst to Stay!
By: Rob Sedgwick
GRIMSBY boss Paul Hurst has confirmed that he wiil remain at Blundell Park next season as Town take their place in the Football League after a six-year absence. There had been speculation linking Hurst with the vacancy at Notts County
In an interview with Radio Humberside's Mike White Hurst confirmed that he would stay at the helm.
Grimsby play their final non-league game at the weekend, in another trip to Wembley, where the Town faithful will reconvene to face Halifax in the FA Trophy final. The Mariners will be wanting to win to record a double to rival their achievements of 1998.
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