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Courtney Senior joins Wycombe on loan

10 January 2015

Brentford Youth Team attacker Courtney Senior has joined Wycombe Wanderers on a one-month Youth Loan

Brentford Youth Team attacker Courtney Senior has joined Sky Bet League Two Wycombe Wanderers on loan.
The 17-year-old linked up with the Buckinghamshire side yesterday and will remain with The Chairboys until February 11.
Courtney is the latest Brentford player to head to Wycombe on loan.
Development Squad defender Alfie Mawson will spend the 2014/15 season with the League Two promotion-challengers and fellow defender Aaron Pierre spent time on loan in Buckinghamshire last year before moving permanently in the summer.
Courtney – a speedy wide attacker who can also play through the middle – announced his arrival as a 15-year-old when he was named Player of the Tournament as Brentford won the 2012 Milk Cup.
He scored his first Youth Team goal during the 2012/13 season when part of the Under-16 squad and signed a two-year scholarship at the end of that season.
Courtney made 25 appearances in the Under-18 Professional Development League Two South and FA Youth Cup for Brentford’s Youth Team last season scoring six goals as well as adding two in the 4-1 friendly win over AZ Alkmaar.
This term he has played nine Youth Team games, scoring twice, and played four Development Squad matches, to add to four appearances he made at Under-21 level as a 15-year-old in 2013.
Ose Aibangee, Brentford Academy Director, said: “Courtney is an extremely promising attacking player.
“Wycombe have offered him the chance to compete for a First Team place at League Two level and it will be a good move for him.
“We have been delighted with our link-up with Wycombe over the past few years.
“They are a club that plays the game in the way we like to play it, gives young players a chance and looks after them.
“I am sure Courtney will be given a chance to earn a spot in their team and it is up to him to show them, and us, how good he can be.
“It will be his first chance to play league football in a high-pressure situation and I hope he grabs it.”
Wycombe are currently top of Sky Bet League Two and face York City at home today, Saturday January 10.

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