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Gillingham striker Noel Mbo ends Kingstonian loan with a brace against Thurrock

By Luke Cawdell

Noel Mbo is back with the Gills after a loan spell with non-league Kingstonian.

The young striker ended his stint at the Bostik Premier side with a couple of goals in their 3-3 FA Trophy draw with Thurrock on Friday night.

Young Gillingham striker Noel Mbo Picture Barry Goodwin

Young Gillingham striker Noel Mbo Picture: Barry Goodwin

Mbo is available to play in the FA Cup this weekend, against Leyton Orient, should caretaker boss Steve Lovell wish to select him.

He has previously had a loan spell with Hampton & Richmond but didn’t feature in their FA Cup tie against Potters Bar Town.

He made just two brief appearances during his month with Hampton, prompting the switch to Kingstonian, where he netted on his debut.

Mbo has appeared in their last eight games.

The Gills have also confirmed that midfielder Bradley Stevenson is back with the club following a loan spell at Cray Wanderers. He is also available to play in the FA Cup.

Gillingham have a busy schedule ahead with a Checkatrade Trophy match against Reading coming up next Tuesday. Both could feature in that game.

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