Homeland mission for midfielder
York City midfielder Adam Reed is really looking forward to going back to his roots this weekend.
|"We lived about ten minutes from the ground when I was growing up" - Adam Reed|
in five games for the Minstermen as they take on his hometown club Hartlepool United at the Victoria Stadium.
Former Burton Albion schemer Reed recently returned to York on a permanent basis following an earlier loan spell from Sunderland and appeared as a late substitute against Bristol Rovers last week.
"When I was at Burton, Hartlepool was the first fixture I looked out for at the start of the season. It's my favourite ground to play at," he admitted to The Press. "We lived about ten minutes from the ground when I was growing up so I used to watch and support them from the Town End every home game.
"I started going with my dad when I was so small that I couldn't even see the game really," Reed added. "My family will be there tomorrow and quite a few others from home will be wanting me to do well but hoping Hartlepool win."
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