Chelsea youngster getting game time at Bar

09:04 06 March 2012

Stevenage-born Reece Loudon on work experience from Premier League giants

Stevenage-born Reece Loudon made his debut for Potters Bar at the weekend.

The 18-year-old left midfielder is currently on the books at Chelsea where he made his debut for the reserve side last season when still a schoolboy, having joined the club’s Academy at U13 level.

Loudon has joined Bar from the west London club on work experience, and almost scored on his debut for The Scholars after coming off the bench in the weekend’s win over Maldon & Tiptree.

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