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Anass Zaroury received a hero’s welcome when he came on as a substitute last night at Manchester City with the Heartbeat song making a return almost from the minute he came on and until the end of the game.

But no sooner had he been welcomed back by the Burnley fans, one of last season’s heroes will play no further part for us this season having followed Scott Twine’s previous footsteps and joined Championship team Hull City on loan.

His game time has been limited this season. He was on the bench on the opening day against Manchester City, came on and received a red card that saw him suspended for three games, but his game time has been severely limited since. He’s made four more substitute appearances to add to one start that came in the defeat at Bournemouth where he’d played so well last season in the FA Cup. He was substituted himself that day after 68 minutes.

His only other starts have come at Salford and Spurs in the two cup competitions which means he hasn’t started a game at Turf Moor since the final day of last season.

Eager to get some more football, it’s been reported that he was looking to get out on loan which he has done with this move to Hull until the end of the season and we wish him the very best.

Hull boss Liam Rosenior was delighted with this signing and said: ““I’m so delighted that Anass has agreed to join the club. He’s a player of proven pedigree at this level, having been a huge part of Burnley’s Championship-winning season. Anass is someone I’ve absolutely loved from the first time I saw him play and he’s going to give us so much quality from wide areas. He’s going to get fans off their seats. He’s a technical player who takes the ball, can go one-v-one and completely fits into our style of football. This signing sums up the ambition of the football club and where we want to get to.”

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