Oliver Skipp injured with Juan Foyth given chance in role he’s made for – Tottenham loans roundup
Things may not have gone well this week for Tottenham Hotspur but the club’s loan players have had different experiences away from the nest.
As Spurs left the FA Cup and lost to Manchester City, 15 of the young players from north London continued to develop in their loan clubs.
It’s time to check out how all those players on loan at Tottenham are doing except England U21 goalkeeper Brandon Austin who is getting ready for the next MLS season with Orlando City starting next month:
here’s how Tottenham The 14 other young players on loan get along across England, Scotland and Europe:
Oliver Skipp (Norwich City)
Social media was full of praise for Olivier Skipp after his performance for Norwich in their 4-1 win over Jack Clarke’s Stoke City.
In the end, it was a collision and a facial injury that ended his game with nine minutes remaining.
In The Rose Un’s player notes after the match, Skipp was awarded an eight, with the caption: “Took a frightening blow in an air collision near the post which ultimately forced his exit. Farke subsequently indicating that it was about an eye injury rather than a concussion. stop a Stoke counter in front of the dugouts. A crossfield ball raking for Max Aarons to hit Teemu Pukki. ”
Farke’s update on Skipp said that shouldn’t keep him out of action.
“He had a finger in his eye,” said the Canaries boss. “It was pretty infected and red and he was having trouble seeing clearly. So as a precaution I didn’t want to take any more risks. I think he will be fine. It’s not a major problem.”
Skipp has been an integral part of the Canaries squad and the England Under-21 international has made 29 consecutive league starts for the East Anglian side.
Jack Clarke (Stoke City)
Against Skipp, Clarke was unable to continue his brilliant start to life at Stoke despite another start, with his Spurs teammate dispossessing him on several occasions.
The 20-year-old winger gets the minutes he needs at Stoke after last season’s loan failure.
However, he only managed the first half against the Canaries before being replaced at the break by the visitors leading 2-0.
Stoke’s Sentry gave Clark a six in their player ratings, saying, “A neat cross for Fletcher denied the goal but sometimes pushed the ball a little too easily.”
Paulo Gazzaniga (Elche)
The Argentine was once again on the bench for Elche as his new side lost 3-1 to Celta Viga in La Liga.
Gazzaniga, 29, had to watch his second game at the club as Edgar Badia retained his place in goals.
Juan Foyth (Villarreal)
Foyth once again showed his versatility with 88 minutes in a defensive midfielder role for Villarreal.
Unai Emery’s side lost 2-1 at home to Real Betis in La Liga, but the 23-year-old Argentine is getting more and more minutes in the Spanish top flight as he fills in the gaps left by his injured teammates.
Foyth’s versatility could secure him more minutes under his belt, having previously played center-back, midfield and right-back for Emery’s side.
Villarreal has an option to buy Foyth at the end of his loan spell in Spain and he has now made 16 appearances for his loan club, including eight in La Liga.
Ryan Sessegnon (Hoffenheim)
Even if Ryan sessegnon missed this weekend’s 2-2 draw at Borussia Dortmund, he spoke of his progress on loan and coming back from a thigh injury that saw him miss Hoffenheim’s last seven games.
“I’m learning more about myself as a person and as a player,” he told Hoffenheim social media channels.
“It was a great opportunity. In a nutshell, it was eventful, 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 well on a more consistent basis and then of course the injury happened and I have missed six games now.”
On that thigh injury, Sessegnon added: “I’m progressing really well and I think the next time you should see me on the pitch maybe next week, hopefully in the Europa League.”
Troy Parrott (Ipswich)
Troy parrot, who turned 19 this month, has had two Ligue 1 starts to his name after returning from Millwall and leaving for Ipswich.
Parrott got 90 minutes in the 2-1 loss to Peterborough United on Tuesday night and no weekend game for the Tractor Boys. the young Irishman will be hoping to start again in Tuesday night’s home game against Northampton Town.
The East Anglian Daily Times gave Parrott a six in their player ratings after the loss to Peterborough, explaining: “The loaned Tottenham player seemed to like being teamed up with James Norwood on offense, charging with his fellow leader to put pressure on the Posh baseline He worked hard throughout but didn’t see the goal until the end when his shot was well repelled by Christy Pym on the line. “
Cameron Carter Vickers (Bournemouth)
Carter-Vickers made back-to-back starts for the Cherries as he helped keep a clean sheet at Nottingham Forest.
Bournemouth interim boss and former Spurs defender Jonathan Woodgate has looked to the 23-year-old USA international in recent matches.
There had been talk in the local press on the south coast of the Cherries to make his loan permanent, but all eyes will now be on the managerial situation to see how much playing time he will have for the rest of the season.
Harvey White (Portsmouth)
White had a fifth appearance to his name on the bench with just a few minutes in the 2-0 win over Swindon Town.
The 20-year-old has yet to start in League One but Portsmouth boss Kenny Jackett, who has been out of action for two weeks recovering from surgery, said when he joined the white, who ‘he’s known well since his work at Tottenham academy. , will have a lot of playing time in the coming months.
Malachie Fagan-Walcott (Dundee)
The 18-year-old center-back was unable to get playing time again this weekend as bad weather prevented Dundee’s trip to Dunfermline.
It meant the teenager saw two football weekends postponed after the waterlogged Dens Park pitch in Dundee meant their championship game against Inverness Caldedonian Thistle was postponed to the previous week.
Fagan-Walcott was loaned to the Scottish Championship after recovering from his knee injury and made his debut in the 3-1 loss to Raith Rovers.
The young defender already made his Champions League debut for Tottenham last season, coming late in defeat at RB Leipzig.
Kazaiah Sterling (Greenock Morton)
Striker Kazaiah Sterling is also present in Scotland in the championship, which also saw his game suffer from inclement weather.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle’s pitch was frozen, which meant no game for the young Spurs forward.
The 22-year-old made his debut last week for Greenock Morton following his return from loan at Southend, getting 26 minutes off the bench as Morton lost 1-0 to Raith Rovers on Saturday.
His new manager Anton McElhone spent a decade at Spurs between 2007 and 2017 as a youth fitness coach.
Sterling, who has played in the Champions League and FA Cup for Tottenham, told Morton’s website: “This decision came from Anton McElhone the gaffer and it’s basically from there. him there in my youth at Spurs. I hope to bring goals and an offensive 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 in 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 both sides. Hopefully Morton fans see a lot of goals and fun. . “
TJ Eyoma (Lincoln City)
It was a rare appearance on the bench this weekend for Eyoma, who was a regular starter at Lincoln on his successful loan spell.
He came on for the final four minutes of the 2-2 home draw against Accrington Stanley, after playing for over an hour in the 0-0 midweek draw at Hull City.
The 21-year-old has made 36 appearances for Lincoln this season after making his FA Cup debut for Tottenham a few seasons ago under Mauricio Pochettino.
Jack Roles (Stevenage)
Roles made his Stevenage debut this weekend, coming off the bench for the final four minutes of the 1-0 loss to Bolton.
Seeking to play regular football again after an unsuccessful loan spell at Burton Albion, the 21-year-old is hoping for plenty of minutes at Lamex Stadium in the coming months.
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Jubril Okedina (Cambridge United)
Okedina had back-to-back starts in the 4-1 loss to Salford City midweek and then Cambridge’s 0-0 draw at home to Southend United.
The 20-year-old center-back has become a regular at United’s backline, starting his last four games.
“His attitude, defensive skills and athleticism make him a good asset,” Cambridge head coach Mark Bonner said when full-back signed last month.
“It will be a good experience for Jubril as this is his first senior loan and he gives us good competition and cover in the defensive unit.”
Shilow Tracey (Cambridge United)
Tracey decided to join Okedina at Cambridge in order to get more playing time at a lower level than he was with Shrewsbury.
The 22-year-old made his first start in the midweek loss to Salford, getting 64 game minutes before being retired.
He then came off the bench for 24 minutes in the draw with Southend.