Sheringham hopes MK Dons loanee hasn’t played his last game for Stevenage

Tom Hitchcock

Tom Hitchcock - Credit: Archant

Boro boss hopes club can ‘do something’ to keep Tom Hitchcock

Teddy Sheringham hopes that Tom Hitchcock’s appearance against Plymouth Argyle won’t be his last for Stevenage.

The striker started Saturday’s 2-1 win over the Pilgrims, his first start in a Boro shirt since joining the club on a one-month loan deal last month.

Hitchcock, who scored his first goal for the club last week at Dagenham, is currently one of five players on loan at the club, with Jesse Joronen (Fulham), Chris Kettings (Crystal Palace), Connor Smith (Watford) and Connor Ogilvie (Spurs) also at the Lamex.

Speaking at the weekend about Hitchcock’s future, and whether it was his last game for the club, Sheringham said: “I hope not. We’ve talked to MK Dons about doing something.


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“The chairman is on the case and hopefully we can do something.”

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