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Jenkins poised for Plymouth loan move

Jenkins poised for Plymouth loan move

Forgotten man Ross Jenkins is the latest player to agree a loan move away from Vicarage Road, as he is set to join Plymouth Argyle on-loan.

The 21 year-old midfielder is set to complete a loan switch to League Two Argyle according to Sky Sports News.

Jenkins, who made his first-team debut four years ago, has fallen way down the pecking order since Gianfranco Zola's arrival.

Since making his breakthrough under Brendan Rodgers, Jenkins has made just 66 league starts for the Hornets, often playing second-fiddle ot John Eustace.

However, with midfield loan additions Almen Abdi and Nathaniel Chalobah ahead of him and Mark Yeates staking a claim in the centre of the park, Jenkins has opted to move out on-loan in search of game time.



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Writer:Tom Bodell
Date:Thursday September 20 2012
Time: 4:52PM

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Comments

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Poor player in my view.. Long over due..
watford1881
20/09/2012 17:47:00
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Think he is perfectly good enough for this level, but clearly he will not get a look-in any time soon so he may as well be getting game time elsewhere. Good luck to him.
wfc123
20/09/2012 19:19:00
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A good move for him.. He needs to play, has definitely lost his way at Watford. Not really tough enough in midfield for the Championship. Good luck Ross.
Oldyella
20/09/2012 22:13:00
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