Lee Bradbury has confirmed this morning that striker Matt Tubbs is leaving the club for a one-month loan spell with Weymouth. The 32-year-olds Hawks career to date has been scuppered with injuries and form of other strikers around has seen competition fierce for a place in the starting lineup.
Speaking to the media manager Lee Bradbury said that “Matt needs to get games under his belt. We know we will be getting a fitter and sharper player back after six or seven games at Weymouth”.
The gaffer also stressed how a similar move to the Terras worked for Jordan Rose & Bradley Tarbuck in the past. “It worked for Jordan Rose earlier in the season. He came back to us fully functional and ready to go. We are looking for the same to happen to our striker.”
The Hawks would like to wish Matt all the very best in his month long move and know with regular minutes for the Southern League side will prove he will be a player the opposition will dread in the National League South.