Loan Watch 2020-21

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  1. humanbeingincroydon

    humanbeingincroydon Well-Known Member

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    Looks like we'll be needing a threat to discuss the trials and tribulations of our loanees again

    Ryan Sessegnon - Hoffenheim, season-long loan
    Juan Foyth - Villarreal, season-long loan
    Paulo Gazzaniga - Elche, until the end of the season
    Oliver Skipp - Norwich, season-long loan
    Cameron Carter Vickers - Bournemouth, season-long loan
    Brandon Austin - Orlando City, until the end of the MLS season
    Troy Parrott - Ipswich, until the end of the season
    Harvey White - Portsmouth, until the end of the season
    TJ Eyoma - Lincoln City, season-long loan
    Jack Roles - Stevenage, until the end of the season
    Shilow Tracey - Cambridge United, until the end of the season
    Jubril Okedina - Cambridge United, until the end of the season
    Kazaiah Sterling - Greenock Morton, until the end of the season

    Completed/Terminated loans
    Troy Parrott - Millwall, season-long loan
    Jack Clarke - Stoke, until the end of the season
    Jack Roles - Burton, until January
    Shilow Tracey - Shrewsbury Town, season-long loan
    Kazaiah Sterling - Southend, until January
    Malachi Fagan Walcott - Dundee, until the end of the season
    Josh Oluwayemi - Maidenhead United, until January
     
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  2. humanbeingincroydon

    humanbeingincroydon Well-Known Member

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    Alright, Millwall, you have one task for this coming season: justify me using of the following image on at least three occasions

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    Coincidentally, that clip works for every Celtic match they don't score in, as Parrott rejected a loan there
     
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    Parrott wins the FAI Goal of the Year for his chip against Sweden U21s.
     
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    If this happens, we might as well write him off
     
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    Championship getting destroyed...
     
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    That boy is going to be a proper player, a season of regular football will just do him a power of good.
     
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  8. Dier Hard

    Dier Hard it's SPURS

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    Parrott and Eyoma both scored on their (pre-season) debuts.

    Skipp also had a run out with Norwich.
     
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    It was in March this year when Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho passed that judgement on Parrott, at a time when many Spurs fans were clamouring for his inclusion.

    “He’s not ready,” Mourinho, who has managed Didier Drogba and Cristiano Ronaldo, insisted. “He’s a good kid we want to help, not only on the pitch but off it. He’s a kid who’s going to have a real opportunity but when we decide it’s right.”

    That opportunity now comes at Millwall. And rather than read negatively into those words from a manager that has won two European Cups and league titles in four countries, Parrott took them on board.

    Asked by NewsAtDen this week if those comments were a blow, Parrott didn’t hesitate to respond, “No”. He added: “To be fair, he’s such an experienced manager and he’s done nearly everything in the game, so if he feels like that’s right then there must be some truth in it and I had to take it on the chin.

    “I knew I just had to keep my head down in training and keep working hard. And getting this loan now is hopefully going to help me improve and push on.

    “There were little conversations that were being had [at Spurs]. I was speaking to coaching staff and players finding out what I needed to do to be better. Because obviously Mourinho has worked with some of the best strikers there’s ever been. To get advice off him was great.

    “I knew what I needed to do. It was helpful advice.”
     
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  10. Dier Hard

    Dier Hard it's SPURS

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    Parrott scored again for Millwall in a 3-0 friendly win against Southend.
     
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    Nice run, decent finish. Could've done with some of that today. I'll be fuming if we don't sign another striker while he's out on loan.
     
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    Parrott has pulled out of the Ireland squad and returned to Millwall for assessment on a muscle injury.
     
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  14. Dier Hard

    Dier Hard it's SPURS

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    Expected to be out for 2-3 weeks. Couldn’t make this **** up.
     
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    Oh bugger, actual games...

    Oliver Skipp missed Norwich's 3-1 EFL Cup loss to Luton due to being with the England U21s
    Troy Parrott missed Millwall's 3-1 EFL Cup win over Crawley due to injury (so no Nations League for him...nice going, idiots)
    TJ Eyoma played 90 minutes of Lincoln's 2-1 EFL Cup win over Crewe

    Okay, maybe not "games"...
     
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  16. Dier Hard

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    Eyoma doing his best Ledley impression.
     
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    Looks like he was at fault for the goal they conceded, unfortunately.
    He's there to learn though and they still won, so it's all good. Cracking winner, too.
     
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  18. Dier Hard

    Dier Hard it's SPURS

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    Skipp and Eyoma start for Norwich and Lincoln respectively.
     
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    Anyone know when Parrott’s back? Another week or so you’d think right?
     
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  20. humanbeingincroydon

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    It was suggested he'd be out for around three weeks, so based on past experience...mid-November
     
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