Olufela Olomola Departs For Huish Park On Loan.
Monday, 10th Jul 2017 11:30 by Arron Sanders
Olufela Olomola has joined League Two Yeovil Town on loan, Arron Sanders takes a look at whether this is a good thing for the young striker.
Young Saints striker Olufela Olomola has moved to League Two Yeovil Town this weekend on a loan spell.
The 19 year old has moved to Huish Park on a deal until January 3 and this will be his first spell away from the club for league experience.
Having scored seven times in 16 Premier League 2 encounters last season for our Under 23 side, he also scored twice in our EFL Trophy game in November against Crawley Town.
He made his senior bow as a substitute against Sunderland in the EFL Cup.
Hopefully it will a positive move for the youngster gaining further first team football experience and bring his game on even further.
Olomola is second loan departure from the club this summer following Harrison Reed's move to Norwich for season.
Do you agree that a loan move for Olomola is the right call by the club? Or would a further season with the U23's have been more beneficial?
I personally feel it's a good move for him.
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