“Kyle Hudlin without all that razzamatazz going on would definitely be in contention to start games for us but it is very difficult for a 21-year-old to deal with the constant noise that’s going on throughout pre-season.
“I made the decision to get the players fi t towards the end of pre-season that I knew would be here for sure. Obviously, Kyle was one that we were not sure about because there has been so much interest in him.
“For me, if he’s here on September 1, his head will be a little bit clearer, we’ll have a sit-down and a chat and he’ll give everything for Solihull Moors. As it is at the moment we will use him a little bit more sparingly until that time comes.”
MANCHESTER CITY’S interest in towering Solihull Moors striker Kyle Hudlin might have caught a few off-guard but the manager who signed Non-League’s hottest property is not surprised to hear the player mentioned in such exalted company.
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