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Football: Wimborne boss Cuss stays silent on Weymouth's Walker
WIMBORNE Town manager Steve Cuss is remaining tight-lipped over any potential swoop for transfer-listed Weymouth defender Nathan Walker.
The Daily Echo understands Magpies have enquired about the 27-year-old who was made available – along with brother and former Poole Town centre-half Michael Walker – following a dispute with the Terras board.
Neither party commented on the cause of the impasse but the ex-Cuthbury favourite, under contract at the Wessex Stadium, remains available despite reportedly resolving his issues with Weymouth’s hierarchy.
But Cuss, who saw his side’s Southern South & West fixture at Tiverton Town rained off today, refused to confirm or deny whether his club were about to make a move for the uncompromising stalwart.
Reacting to recent speculation, Cuss told the Daily Echo: “It is not our policy to comment on players who get linked to us. Like most clubs, we are continually looking at and assessing our squad.”
Asked whether he had any transfer business planned in the coming weeks, the Magpies manager added: “No, but we are always working on the squad and after a very good result and performance at Evesham we are concentrating on the players we currently have.”
Nathan Walker, a former Hamworthy United player, made 17 appearances at the start of Wimborne’s promotion-winning campaign in the Wessex League.
He then joined Dorchester Town early in 2010 where he stayed until switching to Weymouth over the summer.
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