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Wednesday, 7 August 2013

British midfielder Jack Cork causes shock by moving to Spireites


In what has been an exciting week at Chesterfield, former U21 English International Jack Cork has chosen to move to Chesterfield instead of reuniting with former club, Bristol Rovers.

It was widely expected that Cork was going to Gary Mack’s revolution at Bristol Rovers however he surprised everyone by picking Chesterfield for $3.8 million.

Cork in his press conference shed some light with his decision “For me, it was a tough decision whether to go back to Bristol or take a chance at Chesterfield. Although in Bristol there was a complete overhaul occurring, I was impressed with what Chesterfield have been doing and what they hope to achieve in the future. He has overseen the development of some good players and I’m excited to be here”  

Cork, 24 has played 24 games in the last 3 seasons with Derby County and Bristol Rovers. He is the third British player to arrive in Chesterfield, although he plays predominately in defensive midfield, his versatility of playing right full back and central midfield would keep him in contention in a Glory Days side. Cork will be officially unveiled to the Chesterfield faithful when they play Leicester City. 


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