Hoyte hoping to help FC Cincinnati progress

PUBLISHED: 17:30 05 October 2017

Justin Hoyte in action for FC Cincinnati (pic FC Cincinnati)

Justin Hoyte in action for FC Cincinnati (pic FC Cincinnati)


Former Dagenham & Redbridge defender Justin Hoyte is looking to help FC Cincinnati to a strong finish in the United Soccer League.

The 32-year-old, who made 25 appearances for Daggers in their League Two relegation campaign of 2015-16, as played 17 times so far this season, with 14 starts.

Hoyte has played for a total of 1,194 minutes and boasts an 80.7 per cent passing rate, averaging 39 passes per 90 minutes.

And FC Cincinnati are currently in sixth place, two points outside the top four, with two matches left in theri regular season schedule.

A 1-0 away win over the third-placed Charlotte Independence last weekend, thanks to a 75th-minute goal from former Germany under-21 international Kevin Schindler, left FC Cincinnati with an 11-9-10 record.

And Hoyte and the rest of his team-mates will be hoping for more success when they head to Canada to take on Ottawa Fury (7-10-13) on Sunday (2pm).


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