Jamie Sendles-White makes debut for St Albans City just hours after signing

PUBLISHED: 14:56 14 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:41 14 March 2018

Former Leyton Orient defender Jamie Sendles-White has signed for St Albans City. Picture: SIMON O'CONNOR

Former Leyton Orient defender Jamie Sendles-White has signed for St Albans City. Picture: SIMON O'CONNOR

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Injuries were the reason Ian Allinson dipped into the transfer market – bringing in former Swindon Town and Leyton Orient centre-half Jamie Sendles-White.

Ian Allinson thought Jamie Sendles-White had a great debut for St Albans City against Hungerford Town. Picture: SIMON O'CONNORIan Allinson thought Jamie Sendles-White had a great debut for St Albans City against Hungerford Town. Picture: SIMON O'CONNOR

The St Albans City boss made the decision after Saturday’s defeat to Truro City, signing the 23-year-old on Monday morning and throwing him straight into the starting line-up against Hungerford Town a few hours later.

Allinson said: “It was when we woke up on Sunday and started to hear the reports of injuries, tenderness and stiffness from Saturday.

“We looked at it and although we had Tom Gardiner, we couldn’t bring Harold Joseph back as he’s on a 28-day loan and it’s the first one with them.

“So we put a couple of calls in and managed to get Jamie.

Jamie Sendles-White wins the ball in the air playing for Leyton Orient at Boreham Wood. Picture: SIMON O'CONNORJamie Sendles-White wins the ball in the air playing for Leyton Orient at Boreham Wood. Picture: SIMON O'CONNOR

“And I thought he had a great debut. He was unlucky to get booked for what seemed an innocuous challenge and then he’s made a great challenge but it’s ricocheted off and their lad has stuck it in for 2-1.”

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