Jack Clarke assists, Troy Parrott so close, Carter-Vickers scores the winner: Tottenham loans roundup
There has been mixed success for these Tottenham Hotspur loan players as they contested appearances at clubs across England, Scotland, Spain and Germany.
Jose Mourinho and Spurs staff are keeping a close watch on the 15-man squad Spurs now have on loan across Europe and the Football League.
It’s time to check out how all of those Tottenham loan players are doing except England Under-21 goalkeeper Brandon Austin who is currently gearing up for the next MLS season with Orlando City finally starting next month.
here’s how Tottenham The company’s 14 other young lenders can be found in England, Scotland and around the world:
Jack Clarke (Stoke City)
Clarke returned to the starting lineup for Stoke this weekend and he got an assist in the 2-0 win over Wycombe on Saturday.
The 20-year-old winger got 90 minutes left this weekend, having played right for the Potters overall since arriving in January.
the Stoke Sentry handed Clarke a seven in their player notes with the explanation: “Took the chance to run against defenders after being handed off on the left wing. Center groomed for Souttar’s goal and set up Norrington -Davies and Allen late. “
By midweek, Clarke impressed from the bench before falling victim to a referee howler as midfielder David Webb gave Swansea an added time penalty. Andre Ayew converted him in the 96th minute after Clarke was put on trial for tripping former Spurs man Kyle Naughton, but reruns showed the player tripped.
Oliver Skipp (Norwich City)
Another week in Norwich for Oliver skipp and two other impressive displays.
He was in great shape as the Canaries beat Brentford 1-0 midweek in a big table clash in the Championship. He made a lot of turnovers and a big chunk of downtime to turn away visitors.
Then, on Saturday, the 20-year-old was once again a busy and dominant presence in midfield as Daniel Farke’s side swept Luton away with a 3-0 victory.
Skipp has been a key part of the Canaries squad and the England U21 international has made 35 consecutive starts in the league for the East Anglian side, who are 10 points clear at the top of the table.
Juan Foyth (Villarreal)
Foyth has become an important part of Villarreal’s defense in recent weeks after a slow start to his time in Spain.
He was right-back again and played 90 minutes for Unai Emery’s side as they lost 2-1 to Valencia.
Foyth’s versatility will see him continue to get minutes, having previously played center-back, midfield and right-back for Emery’s side.
Villarreal have the option to buy Foyth at the end of his loan spell in Spain and he has now made 21 appearances for his loan club, including 11 in La Liga.
Ryan Sessegnon (Hoffenheim)
Ryan sessegnon got another appearance on the bench as he continues his comeback from a thigh injury that saw him miss seven Bundesliga games for Hoffenheim.
The 20-year-old steadily increases his minutes and got 37 minutes off the bench as Hoffenheim secured a good 2-1 home win over Wolfsburg.
“I’m learning more about myself as a person and as a player,” Sessegnon told Hoffenheim social media last month.
“It was a great opportunity. In a nutshell, it was hectic, because of course I played games regularly and I think in most games I played just as well, with a few games less well.
“I think I was playing more regularly and of course the injury happened.”
Troy Parrott (Ipswich)
Troy parrott, who turned 19 last month, had two more starts under his belt for Ipswich last week.
That first goal for the Tractor Boys is yet to come, but he played 87 minutes in the 2-1 win at Accrington Stanley midweek, then 68 minutes in the 3-1 loss at Gillingham.
He received an eight in the player ratings of the East Anglian Daily Times for his performance against Accrington, with the explanation: “The Tottenham lender is proving to be a workaholic with a lot of quality. He fought relentlessly throughout this game with too many sights on goal, although ‘he won the penalty ultimately missed by Norwood. It’s an asset for this team. “
Parrot nearly grabbed his first goal at Ipswich in the weekend’s loss at Gilingham as a shot with an acrobatic kick bounced off the post.
Parrott has a new manager at Portman Road after Paul Cook replaced Paul Lambert in the dugout.
Paulo Gazzaniga (Elche)
The Argentine is yet to make his first appearance for Elche as he was on the bench for his side’s big 2-1 home win against Sevilla.
The 29-year-old Gazzaniga came to Spain in search of playing time, but so far Edgar Badia has retained his place in goal.
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Bournemouth)
Carter-Vickers continues to start after the start as his career at Bournemouth gets better and better and he has even been put on the scoresheet.
The 23-year-old has still been at Bournemouth since early February.
Former Spurs defender Jonathan Woodgate was named Cherries boss until the end of the season and has regularly looked to the USA international.
He played for 90 minutes in both the 2-1 win at Bristol City and the 1-1 draw at Preston.
Carter-Vickers scored the winner against Bristol although he may not have known too much about it.
Junior Stanislas swung an 88th-minute corner to the back post, where Philip Billing’s header deflected Carter-Vickers’ back and into the net.
Harvey White (Portsmouth)
White got his first senior assist on Saturday in Portsmouth’s 4-1 loss to Northampton Town.
In the 72nd minute of the game, when Portsmouth was already 4-0, the young Spurs midfielder, who had come off the bench, tripped in the box and Ellis Harrison scored on the spot.
By midweek, the Whites had played 90 minutes in the 2-1 loss to Doncaster.
The 20-year-old made his debut for Spurs this season in the Europa League before getting 90 minutes under Jose Mourinho in the FA Cup third round victory at Marine.
Malachie Fagan-Walcott (Dundee)
The 18-year-old center-back was an unused substitute in Dundee’s 2-1 win at Iverness Caledonian Thistle midweek and 2-1 loss at Heart of Midlothian on Saturday.
Fagan-Walcott was loaned out to the Scottish Championship after recovering from his knee injury and made his debut in the 3-1 loss to Raith Rovers in January before the weather called off a number of matches for Dundee .
The young defender, who turns 19 on Thursday, already made his Champions League debut for Tottenham last season, arriving late in defeat at RB Leipzig.
Kazaiah Sterling (Greenock Morton)
Striker Kazaiah Sterling is also in Scotland in the league, returning 25 minutes off the bench as Morton lost 2-0 at home to Ayr United.
Sterling manager Anton McElhone spent a decade with Spurs between 2007 and 2017 as a youth fitness coach.
Sterling, who played in the Champions League and FA Cup for Tottenham, told Morton’s website when he joined: “The move came from Anton McElhone the blunder and it went from there. Spurs J ‘hopes to bring goals and an attacking threat.
“I like to play on the shoulder and get behind the defenses, I would say that’s my specialty. This is the farthest I have been to the north. Sunderland has been a big change for me, but it’s a whole different experience.
“The Champions League was an amazing experience. It was unreal, the fans, the atmosphere. I can play in the middle but I can also play on either side. Hopefully Morton fans see a lot of goals and entertainment.”
TJ Eyoma (Lincoln City)
Eyoma, who has been a regular starter at Lincoln during his successful loan spell, has found himself slightly out of favor in recent weeks.
He came off the bench for 27 minutes as Lincoln lost 2-1 at home to Fleetwood in midweek, then the 21-year-old was an unused substitute in the 3-0 win over Crewe.
Jack Roles (Stevenage)
The roles had a few appearances for Stevenage under his belt last month, but he missed the last five teams of the day.
Looking for regular football after an unsuccessful loan spell at Burton Albion, the 21-year-old is hoping for minutes at Lamex Stadium in the coming months.
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Jubril Okedina (Cambridge United)
Okedina was an unused substitute for Cambridge’s two home games this week as they lost 1-0 to Scunthorpe midweek and then won by the same score against Walsall on Saturday.
“His attitude, defensive skills and athleticism make him a good addition,” Cambridge head coach Mark Bonner said when the center-back signed in the January window.
“It will be a good experience for Jubril as this is his first senior loan and he gives us good competition and good coverage in the defensive unit.”
Shilow Tracey (Cambridge United)
Tracey’s week was the polar opposite of her Spurs and Cambridge teammate Okedina.
The 22-year-old played all 90 minutes against Scunthorpe on the left wing, then got 13 minutes off the bench against Walsall.