Barnet confirm the loan signing of Watford midfielder Ross Jenkins

Watford Observer: Picture: Holly Cant Picture: Holly Cant

Barnet have completed the signing of Watford midfielder Ross Jenkins on an initial one-month loan.

Jenkins has made just one appearance for the Hornets this season and has not played in the Championship since January 2012.

The 22-year-old midfielder joined Plymouth Argyle on a one-month loan earlier in the season but returned to Vicarage Road after just two games due to injury.

Jenkins told the Barnet website: “I am very happy to be here and cannot wait to get out on the pitch and help the team push up the league.”

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1:17pm Thu 7 Mar 13

AngelHornet says...

I expect he's looking forward to their usual last day of the season heroics
I expect he's looking forward to their usual last day of the season heroics AngelHornet

2:57pm Thu 7 Mar 13

hornet88 says...

AngelHornet wrote:
I expect he's looking forward to their usual last day of the season heroics
He might just be looking forward to warming a bench.
[quote][p][bold]AngelHornet[/bold] wrote: I expect he's looking forward to their usual last day of the season heroics[/p][/quote]He might just be looking forward to warming a bench. hornet88

3:37pm Thu 7 Mar 13

sceptic says...

Dont suppose he will be missing the snide comments.
Dont suppose he will be missing the snide comments. sceptic

3:42pm Thu 7 Mar 13

AngelHornet says...

To be fair, he's not a bad player and just needs to be playing regularly
To be fair, he's not a bad player and just needs to be playing regularly AngelHornet

3:53pm Thu 7 Mar 13

MattB14 says...

He cannot run properly. And not even nearly comparible to our current CM's.

Rated pretty well on Football Manager though, which annoys me a bit
He cannot run properly. And not even nearly comparible to our current CM's. Rated pretty well on Football Manager though, which annoys me a bit MattB14

4:11pm Thu 7 Mar 13

JohnnyHornet says...

Good Luck Jenks at Barnet, there no need for the **** from some idiots on here, after all he is a Watford Player.........On another subject as I can't find one, On the back of A massive Leicester City bedt announcement last week, here we have another "QPR debt - £89m. Hmm, we're all that's wrong in football "
Them Bl00dy Pozzo's need to get it right, how can we run on " Loophole Loanee's ", it's intolerable, I want a debt of £ 89M and maybe £ 120M next year, why do we always end up with the cheapskates.
Good Luck Jenks at Barnet, there no need for the **** from some idiots on here, after all he is a Watford Player.........On another subject as I can't find one, On the back of A massive Leicester City bedt announcement last week, here we have another "QPR debt - £89m. Hmm, we're all that's wrong in football " Them Bl00dy Pozzo's need to get it right, how can we run on " Loophole Loanee's ", it's intolerable, I want a debt of £ 89M and maybe £ 120M next year, why do we always end up with the cheapskates. JohnnyHornet

4:12pm Thu 7 Mar 13

JohnnyHornet says...

# Leicester City Debt that is.
# Leicester City Debt that is. JohnnyHornet

5:02pm Thu 7 Mar 13

smalon says...

Will probably be moved on at some point. Shame as he looked decent when he first broke into the team but all the injuries can't have helped his progress.
Will probably be moved on at some point. Shame as he looked decent when he first broke into the team but all the injuries can't have helped his progress. smalon

10:06pm Thu 7 Mar 13

Mark-H says...

A sad decline for what looked once looked a promising career for the club. His career arc so far reminds me a little of Miles Addison at Bournemouth, formerly of Derby - very highly rated initially (especially on Football Manager!), before incessant injuries took their toll.

I wish him the best of luck with the loan move - hopefully he'll get a permanent move and move forward with his career, injury-free.
A sad decline for what looked once looked a promising career for the club. His career arc so far reminds me a little of Miles Addison at Bournemouth, formerly of Derby - very highly rated initially (especially on Football Manager!), before incessant injuries took their toll. I wish him the best of luck with the loan move - hopefully he'll get a permanent move and move forward with his career, injury-free. Mark-H

10:32pm Thu 7 Mar 13

kingofpop says...

As ever no need for the snide comments on a guy who has always done his best....good luck to him
As ever no need for the snide comments on a guy who has always done his best....good luck to him kingofpop

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