By Full Contact News and Views
The 20 year old Bristol City midfielder made six appearances for the first team last season, and impressed for City in last week’s League Cup fixture against Oxford United.
Commenting on the loan move Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill said “I think it’s a fantastic move for him. It will be good to get him out and get him some league football under his belt. I’ve not been in a position before, where I can do this with our young players and it’s something I’m keen to do. It will only enhance their development. He trained this morning and he had a right spring in his step, so it’s fantastic.”
Jordan goes straight in to Cheltenham’s squad for their League Two fixture against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
All at Full Contact wish Jordan and Cheltenham Town the very best during this loan period.
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