Jack Giddens has yet to make his first team debut.
Jack Giddens is a young goalkeeper who was a second-year scholar with Leyton Orient in 2009-10. Jack made his debut for the reserves when he was still with the U16s. After he was taken on as a scholar Jack appeared regularly in the U18s assisting the team to reach the fourth round of FA Youth Cup in 2009-10. Jack gained further experience in the reserves and was included on the senior team bench for the first time against Carlisle United in September 2009. He was released by Orient in May 2010 and after spending much of the 2010-11 season with Billericay Town he signed for Icelandic club Grindavik.
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