Slade's striker hope
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Grimsby Town are hoping Paul Robinson can solve the club's striking problems.Grimsby Town manager Russell Slade is hoping striker Paul Robinson can be the answer to his attacking problems at Blundell Park.
The Mariners boss wants another hit-man to compliment his League Two squad, despite already having Michael Reddy, Andy Parkinson and Ashley Sestanovich to choose from in his striking department.
The Tranmere Rovers player is currently training with Grimsby and has already appeared in their reserves this week.
The former Scarborough manager is hoping Robinson can fill a gap for his club this season.
"Paul comes here with a great pedigree and we're hopeful that something can work out, as I am still on the lookout for another striker," said Slade.
The interest in Robinson comes after The Mariners released another striker in Bermudan international John Nusum, who failed to impress Slade.
Meanwhile, young striker Darren Mansaram is set to join Halifax Town on a one month loan deal