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Tottenham Loan Watch: Sarr, Carter-Vickers stumble to losses, Parrott gets more game time

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Tottenham Loan Watch: Sarr, Carter-Vickers stumble to losses, Parrott gets more game time

It has not been a great week for Tottenham Hotspur. The midweek UEFA Europa Conference League fixture was a disappointing draw. However, the loss to Chelsea in the London derby made sure the atmosphere at the club has gone down a bit. With most of the first-team stars, a few of our players on loan had little luck with their respective sides.

Here is the Tottenham loan roundup from last week’s action (h/t Football.london).

Pape Sarr

Sarr is the only player out on loan that Spurs had signed this season. He returned to Metz for another season to continue his development. However, the Senegalese encountered another loss as Metz fell to Strasbourg. One plus point will be the fact that he played out the entire game in a midfield role.

Sarr will returnSarr was in action against Strasbourg to Metz on loan
Sarr was in action against Strasbourg

Troy Parrott

The forward has been impressive since joining MK Dons on loan over the season. Parrott has already bagged two goals and assists each. While he did not get on the scoresheet against Gillingham, he played a big part in their 4-1 thrashing in the League One.

Cameron Carter-Vickers

It was a far different story for the American defender in his second game for Celtic. The Hoops failed to get the win over Livingston. The loss was their second of the week as they had earlier lost to Real Betis in the Europa League. Carter-Vicker did manage to get a lot of action though.

J’Neil Bennett scored his first ever senior goal (Imago Images)

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Others

J’Neil Bennett probably had the best outing as he managed to score his first-ever senior goal as Crewe Alexandra beat Burton. The trio of Kion Etete, Jamie Bowden and Alfie Whiteman also got some decent game time with their respective sides with some mixed results coming during the weekend’s action.

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