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Peter Gulacsi Makes Season Long Loan Swith to Hull City

(Bleacher Report) have announced that after signing an extension with the Reds, he has know agreed on a one year loan swith to Hull City where he will continue to build on the experience he gained playing for Tranmere Rovers last season.

The arrival of new goal keeper Alexander Doni from AS Roma has provided new cover for first choice shot stopper Pepe Reina, and has freed up the youngster to continue his growth and development.

It is an interesting agreement with the Reds set to face off against the Tigers in their third preseason friendly this coming weekend. It is unknown if he will complete the final paperwork before that point, and it could turn out to feel like he never left the training ground if he features against his home club in the match.

Gulacsi could be a keeper for the future for the Reds as their youth system continues to push out talent and his loan move will continue to keep him on pace to join the first team in a few seasons.


About thomasatzenhoffer

Thomas is a freelance sports writer and blogger from Greenville, South Carolina. He maintains The Daily Atz on Facebook, and you can follow him on twitter@thedailyatz for news from Liverpool FC, and the world of soccer. He is a Bleacher Report Featured Columnist on Liverpool FC and World Football and publishes daily throughout the week on rumors, speculation, match previews, analysis, and special interest pieces. His education and life experiences have helped him to get to where he is today, along with his amazingly supportive fiance. Thomas holds a bachelors of science in both History and Entrepreneurial Business from Western Carolina University. Adding to his writing topics and experience he has also consulted on many green energy and business development projects, and writes articles for the HVAC, alternative energy and business fields.


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