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Hendon allows Orient duo to depart on loan

PUBLISHED: 11:00 02 October 2015

Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: Simon O'Connor)

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Talented teenagers will be cutting their teeth in non-league football

Leyton Orient’s young duo Sandro Semedo and Montel Agyemang have left the club on loan to gain more experience.

Head coach Ian Hendon has allowed the pair to join non-league sides to aid their development after impressing the O’s management team throughout the summer.

Semedo signed his first professional contract with the Brisbane Road club outfit in July and will link up with Welling United.

Orient midfielder Harry Lee is already on-loan at the Wings and will now be joined by the 19-year-old.

He is set to remain at Welling until January 9, but the deal includes a 24-hour recall option.

Meanwhile third-year scholar Agyemang has moved to Ryman Premier side Grays Athletic on a work experience loan.

Grays are managed by O’s youth team coach Mark Bentley so he will be very familiar with 18-year-old.

Agyemang could make his debut for his new club this evening when they take on Kingstonian in the Ryman Premier.


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