Corie Andrews has been given an opportunity to gain first-team experience elsewhere at a competitive level after joining Aldershot Town on loan.
The 23-year-old’s loan will be initially until 3 January with the option to extend it past that date and Mark Robinson believes it offers Corie a chance to come back here as a better player. Signed at the end of January from Kingstonian, Corie has been a part of first-team match day squads, but he has yet to make his competitive debut for us. However, he did show his eye for goal by scoring in the London Senior Cup last season.
Robbo said: “Due to Covid-19, Corie has not played regular football since the season was curtailed when he was at Kingstonian. He is in much better physical shape than when he arrived with us, but it's so important he goes and plays football regularly. Aldershot is a great opportunity for him to go and score goals at a very good level. We all hope he can do this, so that he can look to be a part of what we want to achieve in the future.”
Corie’s loan at National League club Aldershot will officially start on Friday, and he could feature in their friendly versus League 2 new boys Sutton United a day later. All at AFC Wimbledon wish Corie every success during his loan spell at Aldershot.