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Tottenham loan watch week 9: Parrott off the mark as defenders struggle

How those away from the Lilywhites got on


6 of Tottenham’s 8 loanees were in action over the weekend across six different divisions, which can be hard to keep track of.

Fortunately, 101 have done the hard work for you. Here is how each of them got on.

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Destiny Udogie (Udinese)

Destiny Udogie played 90 minutes as Udinese’s winning streak came to an end with a draw against Atalanta. The Italian wing-back did not have the best afternoon, conceding a penalty to see his side fall 2-0 down before eventually rallying to draw 2-2.

Troy Parrott (Preston North End)

Parrott finally got his League goalscoring tally up and running, netting the winner as his Preston side scored three to edge out Norwich City in a five-goal thriller.

Receiving the ball on the half turn, Parrott caught the Norwich goalkeeper out at his near post to seal all three points for his side.

However, the good news came to a sharp close as injury brought his game to a premature close just two minutes later. Quizzed on the injury, North End boss Ryan Lowe admitted he didn’t know how long he would be out for.

“I don’t know, it’s his hamstring I think”, he said after the victory. ”I’m pleased for him getting off the mark but we will just have to assess him and see how he is.”

Joe Rodon (Stade Rennais)

Rodon was sent off for Stade Rennais late on in their 3-0 win over Nantes, having had a good game until that point. The Welshman was adjudged to have denied a clear goalscoring opportunity, meaning that he will now miss his side’s next three games.

Dane Scarlett (Portsmouth)

Scarlett had a quiet afternoon as Portsmouth were held to a 1-1 draw with Fleetwood Town. The young striker had an appeal for a penalty waved away in the first half, but could not have his usual impact on the clash and came away goalless.

Tanguy Ndombele (Napoli)

Nbombele was handed his third Serie A start of the season, lasting just under an hour as his side went top of the table with a 4-1 win over Cremonese. The Frenchman managed a 94% pass accuracy and won both of his ground duels during his 57 minutes on the pitch.

Alfie Whiteman (Degerfors)

Whiteman was an unused substitute as his Degerfors side drew 0-0 with Sirius.

Giovani Lo Celso (Villareal)

Lo Celso was on the losing side as Villarreal slumped to a 1-0 defeat to Real Sociedad, their second of the season. The Argentine played 81 minutes, winning both of his tackles and completing 100% of his long passes, but could not prevent his side from losing their unbeaten streak.

Harry Winks (Sampdoria)

Winks is still waiting to make his Sampdoria debut.

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Ben Browning

Ben Browning

Football writer and analyst. Long-time writer of all things Arsenal and avid watcher of European football. Happy to discuss all things football over on Twitter.



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