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Profile: Alfie Potter, #19 (Loan Ended - October 2007)
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Alfie had a three-month stint in Peterborough United's Centre of Excellence, before signing a professional contract at the start of the 2007/08 season.

Potter spent six years at Millwall at YTS level, however he wasn't offered a contract as they felt he wasn't tall enough. He then joined Barking Abbey's college academy, before joining for The Posh.

As a 16 year-old, the right-winger also made a number of appearances for Waltham Forest and Stansted Town.

The young midfielder signed one a month's loan deal with The Blues on 20th September 2007.

Posh boss, Darren Ferguson said, "Alfie is one for the future. He can get some games under his belt at a good level with Grays which will help us in the long run."

After a single appearance for Grays, Potter moved on loan to Havant & Waterlooville and played a major part in their success in reaching the FA Cup fourth round, eventually being knocked out by Liverpool, 5-2.

Potter scored The Hawks second goal putting them 2-1 up at Anfield. He was later named player of the round for the fourth round.

Details correct as of 5th February 2008

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