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Robins Apprentices Offered Pro Terms

Cheltenham Town Apprentices Kyle Haynes and Theo Lewis have both been offered professional terms after impressing Caretaker Manager John Schofield.

Lewis is now a regular member of the first-team squad, while Haynes was given his senior debut by former boss Martin Allen at the end of last season.

Speaking to the Club’s official website Schofield said:

“It is a big step for the Football Club as regards securing the future through the youngsters and our job now is to give them the chance to make further progress.”

“Both players have worked tirelessly and it’s good to see them moving towards the next step on the ladder.”

Meanwhile, the Robins have extended the loan of former Apprentice Joss Labadie from West Bromwich Albion for a second month.

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