Jamie Jones is a young goalkeeper who has established himself as first choice for Leyton Orient after joining the O's in the summer of 2008. Jamie began his career in the academy at Everton and had two seasons as a regular in the reserves but was unable to break into the first-team squad at Goodison. He began the 2010-11 as the team's number one and kept his place until being sidelined after requiring a hernia operation. A highly rated 'keeper, he eventually regained the jersey, but then missed the final game through injury.
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