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(UPDATED) AFC Bournemouth: Jalal set for Leyton Orient loan move

Bournemouth Echo: LOAN MOVE: Shwan Jalal is set to join Leyton Orient LOAN MOVE: Shwan Jalal is set to join Leyton Orient

CHERRIES goalkeeper Shwan Jalal is set to complete a move to League One high-fliers Leyton Orient once the loan window has reopened at midnight.

Jalal, who will sign initially for a month, has not featured for Cherries since lining up in a 3-1 defeat at Orient in March.

The 30-year-old is expected to deputise for Ben Alnwick, who switched south for east London when he signed from Charlton last week.

However, Orient today revealed Alnwick had been signed off on medical grounds and would not be available to train or play for an unspecified period of time.

Jalal, signed by Kevin Bond from Peterborough in 2008, could be in line to start against his former club when Posh face the Os at Brisbane Road tomorrow.

He will team up with popular ex-Cherries midfielder Marvin Bartley, who last week penned an 18-month deal with Orient following his release by Burnley, and former Dean Court defender Mathieu Baudry.

Orient set the pace in League One during the first half of the season and are currently third, just three points behind leaders Brentford and with a game in hand. Boss Russell Slade was named manager of the month for January after leading them to four wins.

Jalal starred under Eddie Howe during Cherries’ Great Escape from relegation and in their League Two promotion campaign. He missed just three league games as Cherries suffered play-off heartbreak in 2011 before losing his place to Darryl Flahavan the following season.

And despite regaining the number one spot at the start of last season and playing his part in promotion to the Championship, Jalal was replaced firstly by David James and then by Ryan Allsop, who joined Cherries from Orient in January 2013.

Jalal, who was also being tracked by Crewe, had been set to link up with Bradford City after training with Phil Parkinson’s squad in December. However, although Parkinson spoke to Howe about Jalal’s availability 10 days ago, the Bantams boss did not pursue his interest.

Jalal, whose existing contract with Cherries expires at the end of the season, had a loan spell at Oxford United in September but did not make an appearance.

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10:29am Fri 7 Feb 14

Afcbpete says...

Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!!
Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!! Afcbpete
  • Score: 6

11:01am Fri 7 Feb 14

white 147 says...

Why go to orient to sit on the bench, needs to go to a club where he will play
Why go to orient to sit on the bench, needs to go to a club where he will play white 147
  • Score: 6

12:00pm Fri 7 Feb 14

Dukecherry says...

Afcbpete wrote:
Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!!
Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.
[quote][p][bold]Afcbpete[/bold] wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!![/p][/quote]Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton. Dukecherry
  • Score: 1

12:03pm Fri 7 Feb 14

abc100 says...

Dukecherry wrote:
Afcbpete wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!!
Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.
It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford
[quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Afcbpete[/bold] wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!![/p][/quote]Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.[/p][/quote]It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford abc100
  • Score: 4

12:28pm Fri 7 Feb 14

Dukecherry says...

abc100 wrote:
Dukecherry wrote:
Afcbpete wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!!
Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.
It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford
If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did.
I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him!
Of course not mention the mega signings we have made.
[quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Afcbpete[/bold] wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!![/p][/quote]Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.[/p][/quote]It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford[/p][/quote]If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did. I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him! Of course not mention the mega signings we have made. Dukecherry
  • Score: -4

12:40pm Fri 7 Feb 14

ASM says...

good luck jalal. he was excellent for us! i hope he gets back to his best
good luck jalal. he was excellent for us! i hope he gets back to his best ASM
  • Score: 4

2:00pm Fri 7 Feb 14

abc100 says...

Dukecherry wrote:
abc100 wrote:
Dukecherry wrote:
Afcbpete wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!!
Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.
It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford
If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did. I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him! Of course not mention the mega signings we have made.
Doubt it all you like I couldn't careless, I KNOW that it was Jalal who turned the move down
[quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Afcbpete[/bold] wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!![/p][/quote]Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.[/p][/quote]It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford[/p][/quote]If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did. I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him! Of course not mention the mega signings we have made.[/p][/quote]Doubt it all you like I couldn't careless, I KNOW that it was Jalal who turned the move down abc100
  • Score: 0

2:15pm Fri 7 Feb 14

fuhamfc12 says...

abc100 wrote:
Dukecherry wrote:
abc100 wrote:
Dukecherry wrote:
Afcbpete wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!!
Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.
It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford
If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did. I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him! Of course not mention the mega signings we have made.
Doubt it all you like I couldn't careless, I KNOW that it was Jalal who turned the move down
Explain to me Dukecherry how you know he turned the move to Bradford down. As a supporter of AFCB that is what you are. You will never be told the ins and outs of a player/club except from the media (which is not always correct). If I was a player warming a bench and not playing I to would want to move on loan to another club to get game time. You will never know the truth about this player as rumors are not the truth and mostly prove to be negative.
[quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Afcbpete[/bold] wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!![/p][/quote]Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.[/p][/quote]It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford[/p][/quote]If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did. I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him! Of course not mention the mega signings we have made.[/p][/quote]Doubt it all you like I couldn't careless, I KNOW that it was Jalal who turned the move down[/p][/quote]Explain to me Dukecherry how you know he turned the move to Bradford down. As a supporter of AFCB that is what you are. You will never be told the ins and outs of a player/club except from the media (which is not always correct). If I was a player warming a bench and not playing I to would want to move on loan to another club to get game time. You will never know the truth about this player as rumors are not the truth and mostly prove to be negative. fuhamfc12
  • Score: 4

4:35pm Fri 7 Feb 14

abc100 says...

fuhamfc12 wrote:
abc100 wrote:
Dukecherry wrote:
abc100 wrote:
Dukecherry wrote:
Afcbpete wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!!
Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.
It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford
If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did. I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him! Of course not mention the mega signings we have made.
Doubt it all you like I couldn't careless, I KNOW that it was Jalal who turned the move down
Explain to me Dukecherry how you know he turned the move to Bradford down. As a supporter of AFCB that is what you are. You will never be told the ins and outs of a player/club except from the media (which is not always correct). If I was a player warming a bench and not playing I to would want to move on loan to another club to get game time. You will never know the truth about this player as rumors are not the truth and mostly prove to be negative.
No it's me that knows he turned it down, it's not a rumour I've heard from the postmans cousins neighbour it's something I know, put it this way, living in bmth on a nice contract or a move to Bradford on less money
[quote][p][bold]fuhamfc12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Afcbpete[/bold] wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!![/p][/quote]Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.[/p][/quote]It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford[/p][/quote]If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did. I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him! Of course not mention the mega signings we have made.[/p][/quote]Doubt it all you like I couldn't careless, I KNOW that it was Jalal who turned the move down[/p][/quote]Explain to me Dukecherry how you know he turned the move to Bradford down. As a supporter of AFCB that is what you are. You will never be told the ins and outs of a player/club except from the media (which is not always correct). If I was a player warming a bench and not playing I to would want to move on loan to another club to get game time. You will never know the truth about this player as rumors are not the truth and mostly prove to be negative.[/p][/quote]No it's me that knows he turned it down, it's not a rumour I've heard from the postmans cousins neighbour it's something I know, put it this way, living in bmth on a nice contract or a move to Bradford on less money abc100
  • Score: -2

6:00pm Fri 7 Feb 14

Dukecherry says...

fuhamfc12 wrote:
abc100 wrote:
Dukecherry wrote:
abc100 wrote:
Dukecherry wrote:
Afcbpete wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!!
Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.
It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford
If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did. I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him! Of course not mention the mega signings we have made.
Doubt it all you like I couldn't careless, I KNOW that it was Jalal who turned the move down
Explain to me Dukecherry how you know he turned the move to Bradford down. As a supporter of AFCB that is what you are. You will never be told the ins and outs of a player/club except from the media (which is not always correct). If I was a player warming a bench and not playing I to would want to move on loan to another club to get game time. You will never know the truth about this player as rumors are not the truth and mostly prove to be negative.
If you remember the game against Burton Albion, or fantastic management team did not realise that the late negotiations with Camp will leave them short of time to register the transfer with the FA. As a result without Falahave and the loanend Benji we were left with Allsop. So what do they do: keep Jalal.
The club will continue to pay Shwan's wages while he is not playing for us, so much for sound financial management.
As for those who only want to hear themselves and avoid discussing football, I would like to say I feel sorry for them.
[quote][p][bold]fuhamfc12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dukecherry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Afcbpete[/bold] wrote: Shwan needs game time, so he goes on loan to warm the bench again, it doesn't make much sense. But certainly wish him well where ever it is he goes!![/p][/quote]Fully agree. But any player would want to hedge their bets on getting an opportunity to show their worth. AFCB, under successive regimes, were ungrateful to Shwan by denying him that opportunity. The Bradford mess is one good example. The club messed up the registration process for Camp against Burton and Shwan was not allowed to go, when Bradford needed him, to sit on the bench against Burton.[/p][/quote]It was Jalal that turned down going to Bradford[/p][/quote]If that was the case, which I doubt, then players are exercising their right as Wes, Lewis and others did. I admire your loyalty to the management of the club(not the club)when you conveniently overlook the mess of the registration of Camp and the ineptitude of dealing with Lewis's transfer saga. You'd better give us some information how much the process cost the club as opposed to being on top of the game and offer him an improved deal before another club moved for him! Of course not mention the mega signings we have made.[/p][/quote]Doubt it all you like I couldn't careless, I KNOW that it was Jalal who turned the move down[/p][/quote]Explain to me Dukecherry how you know he turned the move to Bradford down. As a supporter of AFCB that is what you are. You will never be told the ins and outs of a player/club except from the media (which is not always correct). If I was a player warming a bench and not playing I to would want to move on loan to another club to get game time. You will never know the truth about this player as rumors are not the truth and mostly prove to be negative.[/p][/quote]If you remember the game against Burton Albion, or fantastic management team did not realise that the late negotiations with Camp will leave them short of time to register the transfer with the FA. As a result without Falahave and the loanend Benji we were left with Allsop. So what do they do: keep Jalal. The club will continue to pay Shwan's wages while he is not playing for us, so much for sound financial management. As for those who only want to hear themselves and avoid discussing football, I would like to say I feel sorry for them. Dukecherry
  • Score: -3

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