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Tonbridge Angels boss Tommy Warrilow wants striker Nathaniel Pinney to lose weight during loan spell at Dulwich Hamlet

20 December 2013
by Craig Tucker
Tommy Warrilow

Tommy Warrilow

Tonbridge boss Tommy Warrilow has sent striker Nathaniel Pinney on loan to Dulwich Hamlet and told him to lose weight.
The former Crystal Palace youngster has struggled to find his best form at Angels and will spend the next month with Ryman League Premier Division club Hamlet.
In a busy week of loan deals involving strikers, Luke Blewden has gone to Lewes, while Gavin McCallum has arrived at Longmead from Sutton United for a month.
And there could be another new signing before Angels’ home game against Maidenhead on Saturday.
Warrilow said: "I’ve been upfront with Nathan, so I’m not speaking out of turn when I say there’s still an issue regarding his weight.
"He spent time out of the game before joining Carshalton at the end of last season.
"He has lost weight but he needs to shed a few more pounds and he’s not going to do that sitting on the bench.
"At the moment he’s an impact player but I want him to be more than that because he’s talented and a smashing kid."

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