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Corey Jordan


Corey Jordan joined AFC Bournemouth as a seven-year-old and has progressed through the ranks at Vitality Stadium.

Born in Bournemouth and raised in Mudeford, Jordan was invited for a trial after impressing club scouts playing for his local team Mudeford Swans.

He came through alongside the likes of Kyle Taylor, Keelan O’Connell and Tyler Cordner and was given a scholarship as soon as he had left Highcliffe School.

In October 2015, Jordan was included in The Guardian newspaper’s Next Generation 2015 feature along with Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold.

He signed his first professional contract in March 2016 and was an unused substitute for the Cherries’ 3-1 defeat by Manchester United at Old Trafford on the final day of the 2015/16 season.

In September 2016, Jordan started in Warren Cummings’s testimonial as an AFC Bournemouth team went down 2-1 against Italian giants AC Milan at Vitality Stadium.

A few days later, he came off the bench to make his professional debut in the Cherries’ League Cup defeat by Preston North End at Vitality Stadium. He replaced Tyrone Mings in the 105th minute as the Cherries were beaten in extra-time in the third-round encounter.

In March 2017, Jordan sustained a serious knee injury during an under-21 friendly between AFC Bournemouth and Sampdoria at Canford Arena, which was abandoned after he had been hurt.

The injury saw him rupture anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments together with damaging tendons and the posterolateral corner.

He had major surgery and spent 11 months on the sidelines before returning to play 30 minutes in an under-21 friendly against Grasshoppers Zurich in February 2018. 

Jordan enjoyed a fruitful loan spell with Eastbourne Borough in the second half of 2018/19, scoring once in 11 games in National South.

In pre-season ahead of the 2019/20 campaign, Jordan had a brief trial spell with Southend and scored in a 3-2 win at Billericay.

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