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Leyton Orient loanee Jayden Stockley returns to Bournemouth

PUBLISHED: 12:35 28 November 2013 | UPDATED: 12:35 28 November 2013

Jayden Stockley is returning to Bournemouth. Simon O'Connor

Jayden Stockley is returning to Bournemouth. Simon O'Connor

Simon O'Connor 2 Burnham Road Chingford London E4 8PE

Leyton Orient loanee Jayden Stockley has been recalled by Bournemouth.

The striker, who has been with the O’s since September, made 11 appearances for the club including three starts.

He scored in the 5-1 win over Notts County and returns to the south coast on the Football League’s loan deadline day.

Orient boss Russell Slade said: “We’d like to thank Jayden for his efforts in an Orient shirt this season and wish him well.”

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