An update has emerged about Ipswich winger Armando Dobra, regarding the interest in his services.
What’s the talk?
According to Andy Warren of the East Anglian Daily Times, a variety of teams are keen on landing Armando Dobra on loan from Ipswich.
The report claims Leyton Orient and Salford are both interested in signing Dobra, who Ipswich are open to the idea of letting leave on a short-term offer.
Should Dobra head out on loan?
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Cook sanctions a loan exit for
the young winger before completion of the window. The 20-year-old is a promising prospect at Portman Road and needs a move away to
play regular football to aid his development. He played 17 games in League One, 8 starts, last season and has actually begun one game up until now in the existing
campaign. This suggests that he stays on the fringes of Cook’s first-team strategies, instead of being a player who is going to end the season with 25 to 30 starts under his belt in the third tier. For that reason, sending him out on loan to a League Two, or perhaps a League One side, might be a wise decision by the club, one that the fans would be pleased with. It would be fantastic to see the youngster go out on loan and enjoy an excellent project, scoring and assisting objectives
whilst playing week-in-week-out and he could attain that if he signs up with a club like Leyton Orient or Salford. The least Ipswich can do is afford him the opportunity to go out and show that he can do simply that. Experiencing senior football regularly will be better for his development than being sat on the bench weekly for the Blues. Former Ipswich coach Stuart Taylor as soon as said and lauded the child that he is’full of energy’and has the confidence to make it at first-team level. He said:” He was extremely outstanding throughout pre-season, which is why he remained in and around it at the start of the season. He was exceptional.”He’s been available in and got the regard of the dressing space without a doubt and has shown he’s more than efficient in playing in a first-team environment. “He’s bubbly, lively and full of energy. He’s certainly a confident boy and you need that
certain amount of arrogance to come on and play the method he plays and go about things the way he does. He’s a fantastic kid with a great mindset.” This suggests that he has the prospective to ultimately advancement into the first-team, which is why fans will be happy to see him go out and get experience on loan as it could help him make the senior side in Suffolk in the future. AND in other news, Ipswich must prevent catastrophe over ₤ 10k-p/w dud who fought with English” physicality”…