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Gillingham striker Adam Birchall has received interest from Skrill Premier side Woking

15 January 2014
by Luke Cawdell

Gillingham striker Adam Birchall Picture Barry Goodwin

Gillingham striker Adam Birchall in action last season Picture: Barry Goodwin

Adam Birchall looks set to stay at Gills a little longer, after a proposed deal to Woking collapsed.

Striker Birchall was in talks with the Skrill Premier side over a loan move away from Priestfield last week.

His chances in the Gills team have lessened following the arrival on loan of Jack Marriott, a player who was recently banging in the goals for Woking.

But it doesn’t look as if Birchall will be Woking’s replacement striker.

Gills boss Peter Taylor said: “As far as I am concerned that is probably dead at the minute.”

Birchall was due to play for the club’s development side on Tuesday afternoon at Oxford United, in a game that finished 1-1.

Another player who the Gills have made available is midfielder Charlie Allen. But the club have yet to receive any worthy offers.

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