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Kostas

Michael Woods on loan at Notts County

Started by Kostas,

Remember him?

Reserve team midfielder Michael Woods has today (Thursday) joined Notts County on loan until 9 January.

The 20-year-old, who made two first team substitute appearances when aged 16, has made three appearances off the bench for the reserves this season, having recovered from the injuries that hampered him during the two previous campaigns.

Notts County, currently fourth from bottom in League One, are managed by Paul Ince and have former Chelsea player Jon Harley in their ranks.

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My guess is that this could turn into a transfer.

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Think you might be right on the permanent transfer. Boy I remember when this guy was tipped to be the next Chelsea breakthrough English talent, it's a shame injury got in the way :\

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It was very important for Woods to go out on loan, yes his chances of making it with Chelsea are virtually gone but we have to remember that 95% of these boys that play in our academy are going to move onto other clubs...

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From Michael Twitter:

Sad to be leaving the boys today,cfc - been a great five years....

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Yeah this was announced after Youth Cup Final.

Good luck to the boy! It's a shame he suffered that long-term injury, he would've been a great prospect for us :(

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