Date: 9th June 2015 at 6:39pm
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Chairman Paul Baker has spoken about the future of goalkeeper Trevor Carson and the return of a feel good factor to Cheltenham.



With the keeper making no real secret of the fact that he doesn’t want Conference football next year, Baker said in his interview that he’d only be allowed to leave if the deal was acceptable by Cheltenham Town.

The 27 year old made his thoughts known and the club agreed to transfer list him, and apparently he’s the only one gaining interest of the six so far and Hartlepool are said to be heavily interested, but no deal has been done yet.

‘The situation with Trevor is about geography and the status of where we are. He has ambitions to play for Northern Ireland, and has been called up to their squad in the last month. But I have spoken to him and he appreciates that if a move doesn’t materialise, then he will be playing for Cheltenham Town next season. He is contracted to the club and I for one would be happy to see him play for us next season and the fans will be as well.’

Carson has 12 months left on his existing deal.

‘We have had a bit of interest in Trevor from a couple of clubs, but the offers haven’t been acceptable to us as a club. It isn’t about us offering him more money to keep him, it’s about his personal situation and the quality of his life as he has a young family in the north.’



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