Cherries: Howe urges Stockley to make most of Woking loan

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CHERRIES boss Eddie Howe has tasked Jayden Stockley with returning “a better player” from his loan spell with Conference outfit Woking.

Stockley, who has not featured for Cherries for eight months, today completed a short-term move to the Surrey club and will remain with the Cards until January 5.

Former boss Paul Groves surprisingly placed the teenage striker in a newly-formed development squad at Goldsands Stadium at the start of this season.

But Stockley was immediately promoted back to the first-team ranks by Howe in one of his first acts as manager after returning to the club last month.

Stockley made 10 appearances during a loan spell with League Two Accrington Stanley last season and was handed his Football League debut by Howe in October 2009 - a month after his 16th birthday.

Howe, who unearthed Stockley during his time working in the Cherries youth ranks in 2008, told the Daily Echo tonight: “Jayden needs to play some football. With the size of our squad, it has been difficult to see him much either in training or in games. But he is someone we still hold in high regard.

“It will be interesting to see how he does on loan to a club at a decent level. He needs to go there and perform and do well to come back a better player.

“We have got good links with Woking and Jason (Tindall) has a good relationship with their manager Garry Hill from his Weymouth days. That is how the move came about.

“I think it will be a good move for him. It is a good level and it will definitely develop his game. He is still young and needs to be playing so, hopefully, he can go there and do that.”

Stockley, whose two goals for Cherries came in a 4-1 win over Hereford in last season's Johnstone's Paint Trophy, could make his debut for Woking against Alfreton at Kingfield on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Howe reported no other loan moves - either in or out - were currently in the pipeline.

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5:32pm Wed 14 Nov 12

nonnogeppetto says...

Good luck Jayden it is better to get games and be match fit than sit around and await for a chance to play. Keep fit and enjoy it.
Good luck Jayden it is better to get games and be match fit than sit around and await for a chance to play. Keep fit and enjoy it. nonnogeppetto
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5:23am Thu 15 Nov 12

Dont have short memorys says...

This is what bothers me about Groves still being involved Stockley needs to develop and going out on loan is the way to do this ,thats why we got Ferdinand,Dubury , Oshea, Cork Bertrand and of course Defoe Eddie obviusly sees something in Stockley yet Groves when he was in charge just put him back in the development squad. Lets hope the money doesnt run out cos with those two looking after the Clubs future talent one wonders how much will actually come through cos they couldnt spot a footballer to save their lives
This is what bothers me about Groves still being involved Stockley needs to develop and going out on loan is the way to do this ,thats why we got Ferdinand,Dubury , Oshea, Cork Bertrand and of course Defoe Eddie obviusly sees something in Stockley yet Groves when he was in charge just put him back in the development squad. Lets hope the money doesnt run out cos with those two looking after the Clubs future talent one wonders how much will actually come through cos they couldnt spot a footballer to save their lives Dont have short memorys
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9:26am Thu 15 Nov 12

Square Old Codger says...

I wish the young man well, regular football at a decent level is just what he needs as indeed do Strugnell, Moth and Charmicheal.All the young men coming through are those Joe found and it will be 2/3 years before we see what, the very expensive new set up is producing, if anything. Joe offered a unique package , an education as well as football and had a great eye for talent and took great care of his charges, even after they left the Club. Given the changes made by the FA which allows the "Big CLubs" to take their pick of the talent smaller Clubs produce, at very little cost, I am not at all sure that this huge expenditure is justified. The four Managers and all the extra Coaches alone exceed the cost of Joe's very successful operation..
I wish the young man well, regular football at a decent level is just what he needs as indeed do Strugnell, Moth and Charmicheal.All the young men coming through are those Joe found and it will be 2/3 years before we see what, the very expensive new set up is producing, if anything. Joe offered a unique package , an education as well as football and had a great eye for talent and took great care of his charges, even after they left the Club. Given the changes made by the FA which allows the "Big CLubs" to take their pick of the talent smaller Clubs produce, at very little cost, I am not at all sure that this huge expenditure is justified. The four Managers and all the extra Coaches alone exceed the cost of Joe's very successful operation.. Square Old Codger
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10:09am Thu 15 Nov 12

The Renegade Master says...

Jayden definitely needs game time, but what concerns me is that he is now going to a Conference club when last year he spent time and did well for Accrington Stanley in League Two. Why is he not being loaned to another League Two club? Has no-one come in for him or has his form dipped below League Two standard under Groves & Brooks? Oh actually I just answered my question.
Jayden definitely needs game time, but what concerns me is that he is now going to a Conference club when last year he spent time and did well for Accrington Stanley in League Two. Why is he not being loaned to another League Two club? Has no-one come in for him or has his form dipped below League Two standard under Groves & Brooks? Oh actually I just answered my question. The Renegade Master
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1:15pm Thu 15 Nov 12

impreza13 says...

From what I understand league clubs have watched him, perhaps this answers the question. With our abundance of strikers maybe it's time to get what we can for a young man who has just not cut it. Anyone know how long his contract has to run?
From what I understand league clubs have watched him, perhaps this answers the question. With our abundance of strikers maybe it's time to get what we can for a young man who has just not cut it. Anyone know how long his contract has to run? impreza13
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3:47pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Connor Robert says...

Jayden's contract is to the end of next season. When you mentioned 'watched him'...exactly when would that be? As he has played approx. 6/7 games in the whole of 2012 I think very careful consideration should be given to off loading anyone who as not had the opportunities to prove themself for what ever reason. Going on loan will assist in making an educated decision...so over to you Jayden, best of luck. But certainly in the games I have see him he is literally heads and shoulders above anyone, great prospect.
Jayden's contract is to the end of next season. When you mentioned 'watched him'...exactly when would that be? As he has played approx. 6/7 games in the whole of 2012 I think very careful consideration should be given to off loading anyone who as not had the opportunities to prove themself for what ever reason. Going on loan will assist in making an educated decision...so over to you Jayden, best of luck. But certainly in the games I have see him he is literally heads and shoulders above anyone, great prospect. Connor Robert
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7:14am Fri 16 Nov 12

lionheart says...

The Renegade Master wrote:
Jayden definitely needs game time, but what concerns me is that he is now going to a Conference club when last year he spent time and did well for Accrington Stanley in League Two. Why is he not being loaned to another League Two club? Has no-one come in for him or has his form dipped below League Two standard under Groves & Brooks? Oh actually I just answered my question.
With all the former FL clubs now in the Conference I would hazard a guess and say that there isn't a great deal of difference in the standard between the Conference and FL 2.

It wasn't that long ago that we loaned out a certain young James Hayter to Salisbury and that did him the world of good.

When we had such a large squad why was it a surprise to some people that young Jayden was included in Development squad games by Groves. How else was a young fringe player going to get games when there was nothing else for him to play in?

You also have to think of the logistics with a young player going out on loan needing transport/family support etc.

To me Jayden playing in the Development Squad was one of the few sensible decisions made by Groves.

Surely the Development Squad is primarily for Under 21's not how we have it of squad players who are really surpus to requirements.
[quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: Jayden definitely needs game time, but what concerns me is that he is now going to a Conference club when last year he spent time and did well for Accrington Stanley in League Two. Why is he not being loaned to another League Two club? Has no-one come in for him or has his form dipped below League Two standard under Groves & Brooks? Oh actually I just answered my question.[/p][/quote]With all the former FL clubs now in the Conference I would hazard a guess and say that there isn't a great deal of difference in the standard between the Conference and FL 2. It wasn't that long ago that we loaned out a certain young James Hayter to Salisbury and that did him the world of good. When we had such a large squad why was it a surprise to some people that young Jayden was included in Development squad games by Groves. How else was a young fringe player going to get games when there was nothing else for him to play in? You also have to think of the logistics with a young player going out on loan needing transport/family support etc. To me Jayden playing in the Development Squad was one of the few sensible decisions made by Groves. Surely the Development Squad is primarily for Under 21's not how we have it of squad players who are really surpus to requirements. lionheart
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