19-year-old striker recalled by parent club Fulham
Southend Untied Football Club can confirm that Cauley Woodrow has this evening (Wednesday) been recalled by parent club Fulham.
The Premier League side had been disappointed with the number of games Cauley had started in recent weeks, and recalled him to look at other options for the 19-year-old striker.
The club were disappointed to lose the services of Woodrow, as he was a big part of manager Phil Brown’s plans between now and the end of the season.
Woodrow’s final appearance for Blues came in the game against Dagenham and Redbridge on Tuesday night.
It was against the Daggers that the striker scored his first two goals in a Blues shirt, coming in the 5-2 defeat in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.
He scored his first Football League goal in the 2-0 win against Exeter City, before coming off the bench to score the winner against AFC Wimbledon on Boxing Day.
Manager Phil Brown said: “It is a shame to lose Cauley but we were always under the control of a Premier League club.
“Cauley scored a couple of important league goals, against Exeter and of course the winner against AFC Wimbledon.
“We felt he was developing well as a footballer in and around a first-team.
“He was a great professional and we hope he enjoys a successful career in the game.”
Everyone at Southend United would like to wish Cauley the best for the future and thank him for their efforts while on loan with the club.