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TYRESE SINCLAIR JOINS RADCLIFFE ON LOAN
2nd September 2019 19:54


Teenager joins Radcliffe on loan
mansfieldtown.net, Friday 30 August 2019

Mansfield Town’s young attacking midfielder Tyrese Sinclair has joined Radcliffe on loan for a month.

The 18-year-old made his first team debut for the Stags’ in a 1-1 draw at home to Everton under 21s in the Leasing.com Trophy on Tuesday evening.

Manager John Dempster said: “This loan move will be really beneficial for Tyrese, who goes out on loan to get some men’s football.

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“Over the period he’s been with us, he’s shown that he’s a technically gifted player who can score and make goals. But the next step for him is being able to deal with the physical demands of men’s football and he’ll certainly get those returns out of the loan move which we’ve set up with Radcliffe.

“We’ll be monitoring his progress closely,” he added.

Radcliffe are in 17th position in the Bet Victor Northern League Premier Division after two matches played.

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Mansfield Town to monitor Tyrese Sinclair's progress closely on loan at Radcliffe FC
chad.co.uk, Friday 30 August 2019

Mansfield Town boss John Dempster will monitor Tyrese Sinclair's progress closely at Radcliffe FC.

Sinclair, who this week made his first-team debut for the Stags in a 1-1 draw at home to Everton U21s in the Leasing.com Trophy, has joined Radcliffe on a month's loan.

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The 18-year-old attacking midfielder has been given the opportunity to play for the BetVictor Northern Premier League Premier Division side to help him adapt to the physical demands of senior football.

Dempster said: "This loan move will be really beneficial for Tyrese, who goes out on loan to get some men’s football.

"Over the period he’s been with us, he’s shown that he’s a technically gifted player who can score and make goals. But the next step for him is being able to deal with the physical demands of men’s football and he’ll certainly get those returns out of the loan move which we’ve set up with Radcliffe.

"We’ll be monitoring his progress closely."

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Teenage winger 'a little gem' in the eyes of Mansfield Town boss John Dempster
chad.co.uk, by JOHN LOMAS, Friday 30 August 2019

As academy manager Dempster has seen the 18-year-old mature as a player and gave him a first team debut late in Tuesday night's Leasings.com Trophy game with Everton U21s.

“He was desperate to get on the pitch,” smiled Dempster.

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“ You could see when he was warming up - I don't think he sat down for very long during the 90 minutes.

“He is a player who loves playing football and he's got loads of development left in him.

“He has real potential as he can make and create goals and score them as well. He has real ability.

“He is a little gem that will hopefully pop up a bit later on to help this football club.”

While Dempster is hoping 'pocket rocket' Omari Sterling-James can bring his magic from the training ground into the first team at last.

After two seasons in the wilderness since joining from Solihull Moors, Sterling-James has scored and impressed in two recent cup outings and

“I have had a number of discussions with Omari and praised him when he's done well in training. He has been outstanding in training,” said Dempster as he pondered on a starting berth for the player at Exeter.

“He pops up very regularly with goals from nothing. He is a bit of a pocket rocket. He gets the ball, he twists and turns, and he's quick.

“He is a player with good ability but over the last season or two I think he'd admit himself he's probably got a little bit lost in the system.

“Like all the players when I sat down with them at the end of last season, I said the boys that perform and give it their all will get an opportunity and Omari has certainly done that over the period I've been in charge.

“He is reaping the benefits at the minute and it's great to see it on the pitch.”

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