Gavin Hoyte

Discussion regarding Ex-Yeltz-Players and where they are now...
Post Reply
Brightgoldenhaze
Yeltz Forum Member
Posts: 102
Joined: 25 Aug 2012, 18:58

Gavin Hoyte

Post by Brightgoldenhaze » 27 Jan 2024, 19:57

Is today's giant killing captain of Maidstone the Gavin Hoyte who came to us on loan in 2008? If so, the irony is, I think, that he played for us in the 4th qualifying round of the FA Cup against Maidstone when they beat us 4-1.

User avatar
Poll
Yeltz Forum Member
Posts: 1067
Joined: 29 Apr 2011, 07:13
Location: The North East
Contact:

Re: Gavin Hoyte

Post by Poll » 27 Jan 2024, 22:22

Good memory, but I don’t think it’s him (only after checking on FotMob)

According to https://www.fotmob.com/players/105826/gavin-hoyte he was at Arsenal in 2008

Brightgoldenhaze
Yeltz Forum Member
Posts: 102
Joined: 25 Aug 2012, 18:58

Re: Gavin Hoyte

Post by Brightgoldenhaze » 27 Jan 2024, 22:35

So, contrary to footballing wisdom, there are two Gavin Hoytes.

DJ
Yeltz Forum Member
Posts: 409
Joined: 04 May 2011, 20:51

Re: Gavin Hoyte

Post by DJ » 28 Jan 2024, 15:05

October 2008: "HALESOWEN Town have been given permission to include on-loan Gavin Hoyte for their FA Cup home tie against Maidstone.

The defender joined last week for three months from Cambridge United, having impressed Yeltz manager M* M* with his performances in helping King’s Lynn win the British Gas Business Premier title. Cambridge have agreed Hoyte can face Maidstone but he will not allowed to play in next week’s FA Trophy tie at Durham City.

Halesowen will await a fitness test on Alex Cowley before confirming their side after the wing-back had to miss the midweek Birmingham Senior Cup defeat at Atherstone Town with a hamstring problem."

Post Reply