We take a look and see how three Blues players are doing as they get valuable first team experience on loan…
Nico Cotton has featured in one game since signing on loan for Ryman Premier Side Lowestoft Town. Cotton’s second debut saw him come up against the league leaders, Dulwich Hamlet, in which he played the full 90 minutes as Lowestoft lost 1-0.
Dan Humphreys has started two games since his arrival on work experience. The young defender helped Lowestoft to a 3-1 victory on his debut against Leatherhead. As Humphreys is on work experience, if needed, he can return to the Blues academy to feature for his parent club.
Sewa Marah has impressed Aveley FC’s manager after scoring two goals in three games, including a goal on his debut which came against Tilbury in a 2-0 win.
His second game also produced a goal against Cheshunt with the forward scoring in a 2-1 defeat.
Marah was also involved in Monday's 1-1 draw with Norwich United in which he completed the full 90 minutes but wasn't on the scoresheet. Like Humphreys, Marah is on work experience so, if needed, can return to Blues' academy to feature for his parent club.