Icelandic U19s international Sindri Scheving will be plying his trade in the Evo-Stik League Southern for Cirencester Town after arriving on a month’s loan from Championship outfit Reading.
Left-back Scheving came through Reading’s academy after arriving from Valur Reykjavikand in 2014 and has just signed his first professional forms at the Madejski Stadium.
The 18-year-old will spend a month on loan at the Corinium Stadium and is likely to go straight into the Centurions squad for Saturday’s trip to King’s Lynn Town in the EVO-STIK League Southern’s top flight in place of regular Scott Bevan who is suffering from severe tonsillitis and is sidelined while awaiting an operation.
After securing a draw at Hitchin in his first game in charge since succeeding Brian Hughes, new manager Charlie Griffin is already putting his stamp on Cirencester Town’s style.
Midfielder Andy Elcock, signed by Hughes from Bath just before his departure, told www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk on Thursday: “Anyone that has watched a game since Charlie and Oggy [Hunt] have taken over will see a difference in the way the team is playing.
They’ve both been very professional with their approach to training and games and if things are worked on and done right in training then as a team we’ll starting seeing the benefits of that hard work in the games.