Thursday June 22nd 2017

Watford decide not to offer contract to Hepple

Watford have decided not to offer a contract to Bahamas national team player, Cameron Hepple. He spent two weeks on trial with the club from North West London playing two games. He first faced Queens Park Rangers and after a good showing the trial period was extended.

The following week he played his second trial game for Watford against Southampton. He suffered a concussion early on in the game, but managed to complete the full 90 minutes.

Watford have now completed their assessment of the player and have decided not to offer him a contract, but after the game the coaching staff had positive words for the 23-year-old midfielder.

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