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In Focus: Rob Hall

28 July 2015 takes a look at the career so far of new loan signing Rob Hall...

Hall began his career with West Ham United and signed professional terms with the Hammers in October 2010.

The quick forward then joined League 2 side Oxford United on loan and scored six goals in 14 appearances for the U’s before returning to West Ham, where he featured three times. He then moved to stadiummk for the remainder of the 2011/12 campaign.

Starting the following season with the West Ham first-team, Hall made his Premier League debut as a substitute in a 3-0 victory over Fulham in September 2012. He also made two appearances in the League Cup, the latter of which was a start.

In November 2012, he joined Championship outfit Birmingham City on loan where he impressed during his 16 appearances. Hall returned to the Boleyn Ground the following March due to injury before heading back out on loan, this time to Bolton, for the last month of the season.

After leaving West Ham that summer, he signed on permanently at Bolton and he went on to feature 24 times during his first full season at the Reebok Stadium, netting his first goal in a 3-1 triumph over Millwall in November 2013.

Hall spent the 2014/15 campaign balancing his playing time between Neil Lennon’s first team and Bolton’s development squad, but his return to MK1 revived him and he played a major part in helping the Dons achieve promotion to the Sky Bet Championship.

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