Stags Borrow Young Oxford Keeper
29-12-2018 I News Headlines
(Photo: Bulls News)
Goalkeeper Max Harris has joined Evo-Stik Southern League Division One South club AFC Totton on a month`s loan from SkyBet League One side Oxford United.

The former England Colleges and England Schools player was signed from Hereford United and played for the Bulls in 2017 against Barnstaple Town in the Southern League as a teenager.

 

He then had a successful loan spell at Pegasus Juniors in the West Midlands (Regional) League.

 

Harris will help offset the loss of Adam Siviter who, after his 93-day loan returned to Birmingham City, and is expected to go straight out of loan to a team higher up the pyramid.

 

With Stags number one Shane Murphy continuing to recover from a fractured skull, 17-year-old understudy Josh Cotton was presented with a Southern League debut against the league leaders on Boxing Day and did very well.

 

Manager Louis Langdown was quick to both praise Josh for his performance and thank his friend, Oxford United goalkeeping coach Wayne Brown, for allowing Harris to join the Stags.

 

Langdown told https://www.afctotton.com: “Josh trains with us and Eastleigh and plays for Whitchurch United, I know, and the lads know he’s a good keeper but for him regular football is the best way to continue his development. Max is a couple of years ahead of Josh in terms of training and games, and we are going forward to giving him the same opportunity that Adam Siviter took and flourished.

 

“Shane is one a few players contracted to the club, and when replacing an injured player we have had to find players who do not add to the budget, I’m so grateful to Wayne and Oxford United for their assistance”.

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Stags Borrow Young Oxford Keeper
29-12-2018 I News Headlines
(Photo: Bulls News)
Goalkeeper Max Harris has joined Evo-Stik Southern League Division One South club AFC Totton on a month`s loan from SkyBet League One side Oxford United.

The former England Colleges and England Schools player was signed from Hereford United and played for the Bulls in 2017 against Barnstaple Town in the Southern League as a teenager.

 

He then had a successful loan spell at Pegasus Juniors in the West Midlands (Regional) League.

 

Harris will help offset the loss of Adam Siviter who, after his 93-day loan returned to Birmingham City, and is expected to go straight out of loan to a team higher up the pyramid.

 

With Stags number one Shane Murphy continuing to recover from a fractured skull, 17-year-old understudy Josh Cotton was presented with a Southern League debut against the league leaders on Boxing Day and did very well.

 

Manager Louis Langdown was quick to both praise Josh for his performance and thank his friend, Oxford United goalkeeping coach Wayne Brown, for allowing Harris to join the Stags.

 

Langdown told https://www.afctotton.com: “Josh trains with us and Eastleigh and plays for Whitchurch United, I know, and the lads know he’s a good keeper but for him regular football is the best way to continue his development. Max is a couple of years ahead of Josh in terms of training and games, and we are going forward to giving him the same opportunity that Adam Siviter took and flourished.

 

“Shane is one a few players contracted to the club, and when replacing an injured player we have had to find players who do not add to the budget, I’m so grateful to Wayne and Oxford United for their assistance”.

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