Williams the loan arranger
ORIENT boss Geraint Williams is looking to move into the loan market after Nicky Adams and Matthew Briggs both returned to their parent clubs. O s were keen to extend their loan spells, but Williams explained: Leicester won t let us keep Nicky, they want
ORIENT boss Geraint Williams is looking to move into the loan market after Nicky Adams and Matthew Briggs both returned to their parent clubs.
O's were keen to extend their loan spells, but Williams explained: "Leicester won't let us keep Nicky, they want to recall him.
"It's obviously been good for him, good for us and good for Leicester, as they now have a player who is fully match fit."
Williams added: "We will be making some phone calls, but I can't see anything happening before the weekend.
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"We will be out all week looking, but it's a case of getting the right person in within the budget.
It means we will be a bit lighter at Tranmere as Matthew Briggs has also been recalled. His performance in the game against Yeovil kick-started our season.
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"Since then the back four have really got on their toes, because they knew Matthew was a good player and was waiting to get in.
"The main thing is to get something from the Tranmere game.
"We have drawn there in the FA Cup and it's up to us to go up there and keep our run going.