U-19 International, Bryn Morris has been loaned to York City after a loan spell with Coventry City ended prematurely. The high Middlesbrough prospect left Coventry and signed a one month loan deal with York City after failing to win a starting eleven spot on the roster. A move to York will help the 19-year-old work up his form and perhaps earn a starting spot for the Championship side before his one month spell expires.
Bryn Morris has been named captain for the English youth side as he helps orchestrate the midfield for his International side. Morris has 29 appearances through the English youth squad and 3 goals. His senior squad experience has been less lucky where he has only earned a total of 13 appearances for 3 different Championship teams where he will now hope to add more appearances for a fourth club. Morris is surely going to find his spot someplace in English football; however, with the challenges of gaining promotion and avoiding relegation an every week occurrence, most Championship sides are looking for experience and leadership to get them through the grinding 46 game schedule.
With a club like York City, it would be likely to see Morris’ first appearance with the Minstbrmen perhaps during a league cup or FA Cup match. York City will play Stanley in the upcoming FA Cup First Round on November 7th. Unless Morris cannot show his worth, or stay fit, we could see Morris make a small appearance, perhaps as a substitute. But don’t be surprised if boss Richard Cresswell looks to start Morris sooner to give his midfield a boost to get out of the relegation fight when they play 17th spot, Crawley Town on October 31st.