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Gregory learning from matchday experiences across groups


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Karlos Gregory is enjoying the learning experience of featuring for both the Cherries under-18s and development squad.

The midfielder, who signed for the club at under-13 level, has been plying his trade for both Alan Connell and James Lowy’s teams of late.

He started for the development squad at Ipswich’s Portman Road before coming off the bench during the latter stages at Burnley’s Turf Moor three days later.

Gregory was back in action for the under-18s at Canford Park Arena against Crewe the following day.

He then turned out at the same venue for the under-18s’ 6-0 triumph over Colchester United last week, before netting in a 4-2 success at Sheffield United on Wednesday.

Asked about his schedule, Gregory told afcb.co.uk: “I’ve really enjoyed the experience of playing with the development squad, it’s been a good experience playing at stadiums as well.

“I enjoy the moment while I can to be honest and, hopefully, I’ll get many more of them to come. It’s an unreal experience.

“Then it’s taking that level to the 18s as well. It’s good.

“At the moment, I want to try to win all the games left with the under-18s and hopefully get opportunities with the development squad again, to take those moments to the end of the season.”

The under-18s are next in action at Charlton on Tuesday (midday kick-off). 

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