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Done Deal: Hall Finally Departs

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Although it is only a loan.

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After a summer of speculation, which once touted an apparent bid of £400K, Rob Hall has finally left Bolton Wanderers to join MK Dons, but alas, only on loan.

The left winger, who originally joined the club a little over two years ago, has failed to impress in his time at the Macron Stadium, under two different managerial reigns. Despite showing very brief moments of potential that made some fans hold up hopes that he would eventually become useful for us, they never materialised into more than just glimpses.

It seemed as if Hall just never fitted in at Bolton and it's almost surprising that he lasted this long, often coming to blows with supporters on Twitter.

So Hall will return to Milton Keynes for a third time, hoping to improve and get some minutes on the football pitch at the club where he impressed some what last season. The highlight of his loan spell during the Dons' promotion campaign to League One was a hat-trick against Leyton Orient, the second goal of which was a fantastic strike from over thirty yards.

Hall made actually made a surprisingly high amount of appearances at Bolton, 31, in total, and scored a single goal against his beloved West Ham United's biggest rivals - Millwall.

We wish Rob the best of luck.

Here's hoping that now he's off the wage bill, Lennon can bring in some new faces, namely Stephen Dobbie, Lawrie Wilson and Brendan Barker.

Now, lets give Tom Walker that #11.