Date: 9th January 2009 at 5:17pm
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Aldershot have allowed Lewis Chalmers to leave the club on loan.

Chalmers, who has joined Blue Square Premier outfit Crawley on a month’s loan, was a regular for Aldershot last season and even made it into the Blue Square team of the year but hasn’t featured since October.

The 22-year-old is looking forward to this loan and hopes it will give him some football to build on and then return to the League Two side and have more of a chance: ‘It’s a positive for me, I’ve been told I’m going to play here,’ Chalmers told BBC Southern Counties Radio. ‘I’m going to knuckle down, play well and get a few wins hopefully. When I go back hopefully I have more of a chance of making it into the side.’

His lack of football this season has frustrated Chalmers but he has been complimentary to others and doesn’t hold any grudges, adding: ‘It’s been frustrating but I can’t knock the lads that are playing well. I want to be in the team but the gaffer has told me to be patient because the lads are doing well.

‘I’ve got no grudges against anyone, the gaffer’s been great with me. It’s a waiting game because the lads are doing so well.’

Do you think that Lewis Chalmers will return to Aldershot and get back in the side, or do you think this is the beginning of the end for him?

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