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Glovers keen on Cohen

Filed: Thursday, 8th June 2006
By: Matthew O'Greel

New Yeovil boss Russell Slade has confirmed that West Ham's Chris Cohen is a summer transfer target.

Former Grimsby boss Slade - who was appointed as the new manager of the League One outfit just yesterday - confirmed that 19-year-old Cohen tops his transfer target list.

"The one I would dearly like to get back here is Cohen", he said this morning.

"I have seen some footage of him and he looks a real talent for somebody so young. I am hopeful we can do that."

Cohen spent last season on loan with Yeovil and proved to be an instant success. Alan Pardew has already confirmed that Cohen will be allowed to leave the Hammers next season, whether it be on loan or on a more permanent basis.

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