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Maidstone United winger Orlando Smith out to entertain after nine-month injury lay-off

25 July 2014
by Craig Tucker
Stones winger Orlando Smith is over his knee injury Picture Matthew Walker

Stones winger Orlando Smith is over his knee injury Picture: Matthew Walker

Orlando Smith is ready to entertain Maidstone fans after a nine-month injury nightmare.
The winger made his comeback following two knee operations when Stones hosted Concord Rangers in a pre-season friendly last weekend.
Smith was a crowd favourite with his flying runs down the right flank last season and the 25-year-old is confident he’ll soon be back to his best.
He said: “As you can see, I’m a naturally talented person. I just need to get my fitness and sharpness up, then everything will be fine.
“Give it a month and I’ll be back at the top. I’m just the entertainer – and the crowd love it.
“Before I get the ball, I picture what I’m going to do. My vision is one of my strong points.
“If I beat one person and can’t pass to a team-mate, I’ll try to beat the next person.
“If there’s still nothing on I’ll take everyone on and it works all the time.
“Opponents just don’t know what I’m going to do.”
Full story in Friday's Kent Messenger

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