Jordan Piggott
#1

Loan signing from Solihoof Moors.

He was born the day after we pumped FGR 4-2 aet in the County Cup at the Lawn.

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#2

Was he a trialist?
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#3

Pretty sure he wasn’t, no.

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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#4

Not been a trialist to my knowledge. Fits the mould of young players with an ex pro background, in a position where we need strengthening. I can’t think of any duffers that PG has brought to the club since he’s been with us, they’ve all looked capable, so I expect more of the same.

“There’s a mole. Right at the top of the circus. He’s been there for years.”
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#5

Thanks Dave - TM I totally agree
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#6

Centre half according to him but can play any where in the back five but prefers playing right side .
If he can play in the back  in one or two positions he could be useful ?? We shall see ,welcome Jordon and play higher and still be with us.
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#7

Think its a good signing as he was played well for Solihull last season. I'd imagine a new manager coming in might have meant he wasn't going to start straight away so hopefully we can benefit from that.
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#8

A PIGGot for Greybeards bacon (well I thought it was funny)
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#9

He needs to play football looking at his career stats,Good that were bringing players in that have played at a higher level, always a good sign when fans from previous clubs speak well about their ex player's.
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#10

Adds to the flexibility/fluidity in formation available to the Boss too, can step into midfield like Josh if the need arises mid-match.
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