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Orient sign Shaquile Coulthirst on loan from Spurs

17:12 03 January 2014

Spurs youngster Shaquile Coulthirst (right) is Orient

Spurs youngster Shaquile Coulthirst (right) is Orient's second signing of the transfer window. Pic from Tottenham Hotspur Football Club

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Shaquile Coulthirst has become Orient’s second signing of the transfer window.

The Tottenham Hotspur youngster has signed on an initial one month loan, and is eligible for the FA Cup trip to Yeovil tomorrow.

The 19-year-old striker has made one senior appearance for the White Hart Lane outfit, coming on as a 78th minute substitute for Robert Soldado against Anzhi Makhachkala in this season’s Europa League.

Coulthirst has also made two appearances for the England under-19 team, scoring one goal.

He will wear the number 30 shirt during his time at the club, and really caught the eye during last year’s Next Gen series tournament - he bagged a hat-trick against Barcelona in the youth tournament.

The highly-rated youngster follows Stoke City midfielder Jamie Ness to Brisbane Road, who also joined on loan earlier today.

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