Leyton Orient sign Norwich City youngster Ebou Adams on loan until the end of the season
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The 21-year-old moves to Brisbane Road after returning from a loan spell with Shrewsbury Town
Leyton Orient have announced the loan signing of Norwich City youngster Ebou Adams on a deal until the end of the season.
The combative midfielder has only just returned to Carrow Road following a spell with League One high-flyers Shrewsbury Town.
Adams struggled for game time at New Meadow, making just eight appearances with only two of them outings in a starting capacity.
But the one-time Dartford ace will hope to impress at Brisbane Road and is no stranger to the National League.
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He spent time on loan at Braintree Town last season, playing three times before a red card against Dagenham & Redbridge cut short his time with the Iron.
The Londoner, who celebrates his 22nd birthday next Monday, will no doubt have spoken to Tristan Abrahams before moving to Orient on loan.
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And Adams will now hope he can be the midfielder enforcer O’s head coach Justin Edinburgh was after with a potential debut likely this Saturday in the FA Trophy away to Bognor Regis Town.
With the Norwich under-23 ace out of contract in the summer, if he catches the eye at Brisbane Road he could make his stay in E10 a permanent one.