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Ross Jenkins back training with Watford after Leyton Orient trial
5:12pm Wednesday 14th August 2013 in Sport
Ross Jenkins is back training with Watford after an unsuccessful trial at Leyton Orient.
Jenkins has been told he can leave Vicarage Road and was left out of the Hornets' pre-season trip to Italy and has not been given a squad number.
The 22-year-old was on trial at Leyton Orient and played in friendly matches against an Arsenal XI and St Albans City at the end of July.
But the academy graduate was back at Vicarage Road watching the Hornets at the weekend and head coach Gianfranco Zola confirmed this afternoon that the midfielder, who has made 95 appearances for Watford, is back training with the club.
Zola was unaware of Polish midfielder Michal Galecki, who his club claim is set to join the Golden Boys on trial, when asked today.
Polish second division club Arka Gdynia have stated the Poland Under-17 international has been allowed to link up with the Golden Boys for up to 14 days.
Watford refuse to comment on trialists and Zola said he was not aware of any plans for the player to join the first team on trial. He suggested Galecki, 17, could be linking up with the Hornets' Under-18 squad.
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