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12/10/2017 - 17:20 BST

Bailey Peacock-Farrell Needs This – York City Boss Delights At Landing Leeds United Talent

 




York City manager Martin Gray believes that Leeds United loanee Bailey Peacock-Farrell has a massive future ahead of him, but now needs the first-team football on offer at Bootham Crescent.

The 20-year-old goalkeeper, a product of Leeds' youth academy, joined the National League North outfit on a month-long loan deal on Thursday and will be in line to make his debut against Leamington on Saturday.




Peacock-Farrell is currently the third choice goalkeeper at Elland Road behind Felix Wiedwald and Andy Lonergan and will be hoping to gather some much needed first-team experience before returning to his parent club.

The youngster was close to signing for League One side Oldham Athletic on a season-long loan deal in July, but the deal ultimately fell through.

 


Giving his opinion on the short-term signing, the York City manager said that Peacock-Farrell has a bright future ahead of him and chances at the first-team level will benefit him immensely.  

"He’s been very highly recommended", the York boss told his club's official website.

"He’s big, 6ft 4ins, and very athletic.

"He has got a massive future ahead of him.

"But he needs some real senior football now and, hopefully, we can give him the opportunity.”