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Players Out On Loan

wilson

wilson

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I can't seem to find any thread that covers all our players out on loan in general and their progress/performances. If I'm being an idiot/blind and there is one, then please move this there!

I always try to read the Loan Round Up that appears on the official Spurs website when it comes out once a month. It's interesting and pretty informative. Here is the latest 4 week round up posted on Weds:
http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/new...up-connor-ogilvie-and-luke-amos-goals-210318/

Football.London have done a more overall review of the loan players progress this season here:
https://www.football.london/tottenham-hotspur-fc/players/latest-spurs-news-marcus-edwards-14441694

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I know he had a minor injury at the start of his loan but it's disappointing that Edwards has only just featured in his first matchday squad - an unused sub vs Reading last weekend. I said when he went out on loan that it was a massive opportunity for him. Still some time left in the season for him to force his way into the squad though so fingers crossed! If not, we may well see him put on on loan again for the first half of next season. Hopefully even he doesn't play it would maybe be a wake up call if the rumours regarding his attitude are to be believed.

CCV seems to be smashing it wherever he goes out on loan this season. Ipswich seem to rate him highly and have already shown some interest in taking him back on loan. If we don't sell him in the summer and Poch still rates him then I'd like to see him go out on loan to a newly promoted prem team or one of the current lower teams to see how far he has actually come and whether he will ever make it at Spurs.

GKN is a bit of a mystery to me. I thought he would go to Burnley and tear it up. Some of my mates actually went as far as to call it one of the signings of the Jan window! Hasn't started a game yet for them and that doesn't look likely to change bar injuries. Unless something changes drastically I can only see him getting shipped out on a permanent. Same goes for Janssen too.

Onomah is a really disappointing one for me. He was doing so so well for Villa in his preferred position at the beginning of the season. Seems to have dropped off from that now but there's still hope he will rediscover some form as he is obviously a talented player. A bit like CCV, if we do decide not to sell I would love him to get loaned out to a newly promoted prem team to see whether he can establish himself there in a very competitive position.

As for the rest of the youngsters it is a fairly mixed bag in terms of game time, level, etc, but I think they'll all benefit and come out from it stronger. Even though he hasn't featured much since his loan out, I have high hopes for Harrison even if it doesn't end up being at Spurs. A mate of mine is a Stevenage fan (no idea why!) and has said he's been really impressed with Amos since he arrived in Jan. I think it is quite difficult to make any sort of impact on an established team joining in Jan so he's done well to force his way in.

I would imagine it is a real make or break loan out for a few of the boys given their ages and the level of league they have been sent to so fingers crossed they all have a successful and injury-free end to the season and give the development coaches and maybe even Poch something to think about! COYS.
 
Nundy

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I will be interested to see if Jansen is fully written off. I personally would like to see him given one more chance but reckon poch will sell up.
 
skiathospurs

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I will be interested to see if Jansen is fully written off. I personally would like to see him given one more chance but reckon poch will sell up.
reckon he`s done,hindsight is even if we put him in shackles he couldnt have done worse than our spanish world cup winner.
 
Nundy

Nundy

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reckon he`s done,hindsight is even if we put him in shackles he couldnt have done worse than our spanish world cup winner.
Its a shame really. I liked him and I do believe he gave 110% whenever he wore the shirt. Same with Soldado. Jesus he has been my laptop password for along time now lol
 
Don Diaz

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Its a shame really. I liked him and I do believe he gave 110% whenever he wore the shirt. Same with Soldado. Jesus he has been my laptop password for along time now lol
Ha ha Ha I used Zamora for ages, probably still using it somewhere....
 
USspur

USspur

Player in Training.

Ryan Sessegnon (Hoffenheim)

It was a big weekend for Ryan Sessegnon as the 20-year-old netted his first goal for Hoffenheim.

He got in down the left and powered a low shot into the goal during the 3-3 draw with Stuttgart.

Having initially had to make do with a place on the bench for his first two league games since linking up with the German side, he has played the full 90 minutes in the team's last three Bundesliga matches.

Sessegnon has been playing as a left wing-back for Hoffenheim and he will be hoping to show Mourinho that he has taken to top flight football before he returns to N17 in the summer.

Juan Foyth (Villarreal)

Foyth was back on the bench for Villarreal for their match against Real Madrid after missing a few games due to a muscle injury.

Making quite an impression on his full debut for the Yellow Submarines with a goal and assist in the 5-3 victory over Sivasspor in the Europa League, he has only had four minutes in La Liga for Unai Emery's men.

Foyth's injury has meant that he was not part of the Argentina squad for their World Cup qualifiers against Paraguay and Peru.

Unlike Sessegnon and Hoffenheim, Villarreal have an option to purchase Foyth at the end of the season and he will be looking to impress and earn that move.

Oliver Skipp (Norwich City)

Oliver Skipp continues to shine on loan for Norwich City.

The 20-year-old has been an ever-present for the Canaries and they sit on top of the Championship table.

Amid reported interest from Premier League clubs in his services, the England U21 international elected to drop down to the Championship to link up with Norwich and it's been a massive success of a loan move.

He has earned rave reviews from the fans and played the full game on Saturday as the Canaries saw off Middlesbrough on the road 1-0, following a couple of appearances for England's U21s.

Troy Parrott (Millwall)

Troy Parrott finally made his Championship debut on Saturday, coming off the bench for Millwall for 14 minutes in the 1-1 draw against Cardiff City.

An ankle injury was the reason for only previously playing 45 minutes this term in the Carabao Cup.

The frontman was part of the Republic of Ireland U21 squad and got 45 minutes under his belt against Iceland before getting boosted up to the senior side.

That enabled Parrott to earn his competitive debut and his second cap for Ireland, coming off the bench in the final minutes of the 0-0 Nations League draw against Bulgaria.

Cameron Carter-Vickers (Bournemouth)

Carter-Vickers will have to wait a bit longer to make his Bournemouth debut.

The 22-year-old centre-back had been working on his fitness, having not played competitively since his previous loan for Luton Town in July.

Then this week it was revealed that the USA international rolled his ankle and is expected to be out for a few weeks.

TJ Eyoma (Lincoln City)

Eyoma's loan move to Lincoln City has been a big success so far.

The versatile defender has been an ever-present for the Imps this campaign, with starts in all 12 league games for Michael Appleton's side.

Used mainly as a right-back but also in the centre of defence on occasions, Eyoma is getting the minutes he needs to push on his development after making his Tottenham debut in the FA Cup a couple of seasons ago.

Jack Roles (Burton Albion)

Impressing in his spell at Cambridge United last campaign, the midfielder has featured just three times for the League One outfit this term and has on numerous occasions missed out on the squad completely.

Burton boss Jake Buxton explained this month why Cyprus international Roles has been struggling for game time.

"Jack is fine. I have a job to do in terms of picking the side and the squad and Ben Fox can cover a number of positions when he’s on the bench," he said.

“Jack went away with Cyprus and missed a couple of games and he goes away with Cyprus again on Monday, so he’s missed games when he might have had opportunities, especially in the first international break. While he was away, the boys did well in that area of the pitch – and he’s found himself out of the squad at this time.”

He added: "When we brought Jack in, it was as a ball-playing midfielder who can play higher up the pitch, even as a 10, and create opportunities.

“We’ve had to go for a bit more solidity in the middle of the park because of the situation we find ourselves in at the wrong end of the table.

"Hopefully, if we start to pick up some points and Jack continues to train well, he’ll get his opportunity. I’ve had a conversation with him and explained what he needs to do to get back into the picture.”

Shilow Tracey (Shrewsbury Town)

Tracey has enjoyed a couple of starts for Shrewsbury in recent weeks, playing in the 3-3 draw with Swindon and then in the 2-1 defeat at Ipswich Town.

The 22-year-old struggled in the early weeks of his loan to get game time but he seems to have played his way into the team now.

Kazaiah Sterling (Southend United)

Sterling has already more than doubled his appearances for last season having played in 10 games for Southend this term.

However, this weekend's match against Cambridge United was called off after a number of COVID-19 cases in the Shrimpers' squad.

The frontman is still searching for his first Southend goal.

Joshua Oluwayemi (Maidenhead United)

Oluwayemi is still waiting to make his first appearance for National League side Maidenhead since leaving Tottenham on loan.

The 19-year-old has been an unused substitute on the bench on six occasions and it appears he has a big task on his hands trying to get some minutes under his belt.
 
Don Diaz

Don Diaz

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Can we recall Foyth (as a CB) if necessary?
 
skiathospurs

skiathospurs

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Can we recall Foyth (as a CB) if necessary?
Dunno,but for europa league until next year he wouldnt be registered,overseas problem same as rodon .Davies can play CB,tanganga,dier,sanchez so we still have 4 options atm.
 
Yid

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Dunno,but for europa league until next year he wouldnt be registered,overseas problem same as rodon .Davies can play CB,tanganga,dier,sanchez so we still have 4 options atm.
Sissoko will juts do it...
 
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