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MetiNews.Com - Here we take a look at how Tottenham's loan players fared for their respective clubs at the weekend
Breaking News ! Tottenham will be hoping for better luck this season when it comes to loans after some frustrating deals last term. While the likes of Jack Roles and George Marsh did impress at Cambridge United and Leyton Orient respectively, a number of players found opportunities hard to come by elsewhere. Jack Clarke really struggled to make an impact at Leeds United and QPR and it remains to be seen what exactly will happen with him over the coming weeks. A total of three players have left Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on a temporary basis so far and a few more are expected to follow prior to the transfer deadline. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now Here we take a look at how the trio fared on the opening weekend of the season. Oliver Skipp Jose Mourinho will have been extremely pleased with Skipp's performance for Norwich City in their late win over Huddersfield Town. The Tottenham youngster penned a long-term deal in N17 back in July and the head coach has even tipped him to be a future Spurs captain. Read More Related Articles Twelve things that happen in the bonus episode of Tottenham's All or Nothing Amazon series Read More Related Articles Every Tottenham striker transfer rumour rated from Arkadiusz Milik to Danny Ings and Bas Dost Skipp excelled in his first game for the Canaries and in fact won the man of the match award by quite some distance on a vote on the club's Twitter page. Completing 93% of his passes in Huddersfield's half and 87.5% overall, he also made six ball recoveries, won 14 duels and drew six fouls. Norwich fans were absolutely raving about him after the game and his performance was that good the club decided to make a short video compilation of every touch he made against the Terriers. Norwich return to action on Saturday afternoon with a home game against Preston North End at Carrow Road. Troy Parrott Parrott unfortunately had to watch on from the sidelines on Saturday as Millwall started the Championship season with a 0-0 draw against Stoke City. Joining the Lions on a season-long loan deal to help his development, the striker hit two goals for the team in pre-season but had to come off late on against Southend with an injury. Manager Gary Rowett later claimed that it was a quad issue and the problem saw the player pull out of the Republic of Ireland squad for their UEFA Nations League games. Read More Related Articles Truth about Alexander Sorloth rumours, Sergio Reguilon links and inside Tottenham transfer plans Read More Related Articles Talented youngster speaks out after signing Tottenham contract The Irishman wasn't back in time for the draw against Stoke and he was also absent for their Carabao Cup win over Cheltenham Town on Tuesday evening.
. Timothy Eyoma Eyoma is once again on loan at Lincoln City after initially joining the Imps back in January. However, the move at the start of the year didn't exactly go to plan as he failed to feature before the season came to an abrupt end due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Things have already gone so much better for him this time around after playing four games for the League One side. Having started against Crewe and Scunthorpe United in the Carabao Cup and EFL Trophy respectively, the 20-year-old played the full 90 minutes at right-back in their 2-0 win over Oxford United in the league. He was once again in the team on Tuesday evening against Bradford City in the EFL Cup and he will be hoping he remains there for their game at MK Dons on Saturday.
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