Drinan Starts for U23s at Palace
Monday, 8th Jan 2018 12:39
New signing Aaron Drinan will make his first appearance in a Town shirt this afternoon when the U23s take on Crystal Palace at their Copers Cope training ground in a behind-closed-doors Professional Development League Two South clash (KO 1pm).
Drinan’s move from Waterford in his native Ireland was confirmed last week having been agreed in October.
The 19-year-old striker, an unused sub against Sheffield United on Saturday, has been training with the Blues since then.
No senior players are in the Town squad facing the Eagles youngsters this afternoon.
U23s: M Crowe, D Crowe, Clements, Blanchfield, Marshall, Webber, McKendry, McLoughlin, Folami, Drinan, Morris. Subs: Hayes, Patterson, McGavin, Wilton, Ndaba.
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