Monday, 2 September 2013

Stockley gets his opportunity at Leyton Orient

Jayden Stockley has proved himself to be a goal threat at non-league and League Two and is no stranger to going out on loan. He did particularly well at Woking last season. He will find it more difficult to get much of a go at Leyton Orient with them flying high at the top of League One with Kevin Lisbie and David Mooney making the art of goal scoring look simple with the start they have had to their season.

Jayden is only out on loan for a month so he will only get the chance to get involved for six games but he could be involved as early as Tuesday night when the O's take on Gillingham in the Johnston's Paint Trophy Southern section first round. I hope that Jayden does get the chance to come on in some of Orient's league fixtures in particular. I good loan spell can only help his career with AFCB if he can learn some new things.

He has already been interviewed on Cherries Player saying how he is looking forward to joining up again with ex-Bournemouth players, Mathieu Broadry and Marvin Bartley.

It was perhaps disappointing not to hear that some of our other young players had not gained the opportunity to go out on loan, but Stephen Purches and Chris Hargreaves will be looking to improve player in AFCB's Development squad, who have already had some success this season.

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