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LOAN WATCH: Butterfield and Sangha to Remain With Rushall Olympic

11:33 am Wednesday, 17 January 2018
Jordon Sangha and Kacy Milan Butterfield will remain on loan at local Evo-Stik Northern Premier League side Rushall Olympic for the remainder of the 2017/18 season.
Walsall Football Club have today confirmed that midfielders Jordon Sangha and Kacy Milan Butterfield will remain on loan at local Evo-Stik Northern Premier League side Rushall Olympic for the remainder of the 2017/18 season.

Both Jordon and Milan have made over ten first-team appearances for the Pics and are enjoying their spells of regular football.

Sangha, who has been at Walsall for over a decade, spoke to club journalists and welcomed the deal, he said; "I’m very pleased to have my loan extended. I started playing in central defensive midfield but then I got moved into the number ten role. It’s very different as you don’t work back as much and you’ve got to find ways to get on the ball.

"Playing senior football toughens you up, coming up against men week in week out. At first it was hard because I’m used to playing football on the ground and you come up against some teams who just lump it forward. I feel I’ve learned both sides of the game, where you need to do the ugly side and the pretty side. I’ve enjoyed my time there and I want to score more goals during the second half of the season."

Bermudian prospect Butterfield commented; "It’s been a good time. I’ve enjoyed being around the players and I’ve enjoyed playing. I’ve played a few games and it’s been good to go out and play senior football. It’s much harder than reserves football – there’s more pressing and it’s more physical. The standard is good and I feel I’m progressing a lot – I need to just keep working hard and try to play as well as possible."


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