Joy from Ndombele and Lo Celso, praise from Jack Clarke, tough day for Troy Parrott – Spurs latest loan

It was another week filled with minutes for players on loan from Tottenham Hotspur as they hit pitches across the continent. Spurs have 11 players on loan at clubs in England, Scotland, France, Spain and Sweden, all looking to make Tottenham personnel, including Antonio Conte, sit back and take notice.

Alfie Whiteman is also still waiting to return to the pitch competitively for Swedish side Degerfors as this year’s Allsvenskan campaign begins in early April. Time to take a look at how his other 10 Spurs players fared over the past week.

Giovani Lo Celso (Villarreal)

Lo Celso will take his place in the Champions League quarter-finals after helping Villarreal sweep Juventus with a stunning 3-0 second leg victory in Turin, making it 4-1 on aggregate. The Argentine produced a key pass and three tackles in a combat performance in midfield as his loanee club progressed to the next round and a meeting with Bayern Munich.

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There was less to enjoy on Sunday as the Yellow Submarine lost 1-0 at Cadiz in La Liga.

Lo Celso has made nine appearances for Unai Emery’s side since his deadline move from Tottenham.

Tanguy Ndombele (Lyon)

Ndombele was an unused substitute as Lyon drew 0-0 at Stade Reims on Sunday following their midweek exploits in the Europa League.

The Frenchman played the full 90 minutes as Lyon drew 1-1 at home to Porto on Thursday night, helping his side book their place in the quarter-finals.

The 25-year-old completed four dribbles, made four tackles and two interceptions while seven of his 10 long passes completed an all-around performance that earned him a 7.36 rating in WhoScored’s stats-based system.

Ndombele will return to London next month as Lyon have drawn West Ham and travel first to face London rivals Spurs.

Tanguy Ndombele in action during the Europa League Round of 16 second leg between Lyon and Porto

Bryan Gil (Valencia)

Gil still has 74 minutes to his name during his successful loan spell at Valencia as his side won 1-0 at Elche on Saturday.

He was also shown a yellow card in the 65th minute in a performance that earned him two dribbles, but not quite the impact of his other recent performances since returning to Spain.

The 21-year-old has now made 11 appearances for the Spanish side, registering one assist since leaving Tottenham.

He also received three yellow cards for Valencia, suggesting he may have brought back a fighting nature from the English game.

Pope Matar Sarr (Metz)

Sarr’s start-sub-start-sub pattern continued this weekend as he came off the bench for 29 minutes as Metz were beaten 6-1 at third-placed Rennes.

The 19-year-old came on with 29 minutes left and Metz scored at least one, having conceded one, in that final half hour.

Sarr’s side are struggling in Ligue 1 and currently sit second in the table.

The teenager has now played 25 times this season as he aims to show Tottenham what he is talking about when he returns to N17 this summer.

Cameron Carter-Vickers (Celtic)

It was another win and a clean sheet on Saturday as Carter-Vickers still has 90 minutes under his belt for Celtic.

The Scottish giants won 4-0 at home to Ross County and they are three ahead of Rangers at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

On Monday night, the 24-year-old Spurs defender also enjoyed cup joy as he played the full 90 minutes again as Celtic won 3-0 at Dundee United in the quarter-final of the Scottish Cup.

Having already lifted the Scottish League Cup in December against Hibs, Carter-Vickers and Ange Postecoglou’s side will be looking to add another trophy to their roster this season.

Carter-Vickers’ loan spell has been a huge success and the centre-back is said to be of interest to a number of Premier League clubs.

The 24-year-old has three goals and one assist in 36 games in all competitions for Celtic so far in 2021/22.

Troy Parrott (MK Dons)

It was an uphill battle for Troy Parrott in MK Dons’ 1-0 win at Cambridge United on Saturday in League One.

The 20-year-old has impressed with his performances in recent weeks, including his recent run of goals against Cheltenham Town.

However, he found things tough on Saturday at Cambridge as he faced a physical challenge in the game in which he got 73 minutes under his belt.

The MK Citizen gave him a six in their player ratings and said: “Beaten and bruised after a relentless outing with little to no reward. He was not alone in this, however.”

Parrott has now left to join the Republic of Ireland and will be hoping to get more international minutes under his belt.

Kion Etete was out for Cheltenham Town this weekend through injury
Kion Etete was out for Cheltenham Town this weekend through injury

Kion Etete (Town of Cheltenham)

Etete missed Cheltenham Town again this week with an ankle injury as they won 3-1 at home to AFC Wimbledon.

Robins boss Michael Duff explained after the match that he was waiting for the green light from Spurs for the 20-year-old striker to return to action.

“Still pending. We don’t know if he will be available and it’s out of our hands at the moment. He’s the Tottenham player and they will decide when he can come back or not,” he said. declared in Gloucestershire. To live.

“At the moment I don’t know, which is frustrating. Kion has been great since he arrived and he and Alfie have formed a relationship. That’s how football works.”

Jack Clarke (Sunderland)

Clarke followed last week’s fine goal and assisted with 74 minutes to his name in Sunderland’s 0-0 draw at Lincoln City.

His performance earned him a seven in Chronicle Live’s player ratings with the review: “Provided a real offensive threat and came close a lot of times. Did everything but score.”

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Nile John (Charlton Athletic)

John’s loan to Charlton Athletic continues to be a problem after missing out on the matchday squad in their 2-0 home win over Burton Albion.

The 19-year-old was an unused substitute on four occasions for Charlton and was left out of the squad altogether in seven other Ligue 1 appearances.

Addicks boss Johnnie Jackson recently explained John and Chelsea Loanne Juan Castillo’s lack of playing time.

“I have players in those positions who at the moment are ahead of them,” the former Spurs man said, as reported by South London Press. “I judge every day on what I see in training. There have been opportunities. Nile has been unlucky because he hasn’t had many opportunities.

“Juan had a few chances that he didn’t really take. Nile can consider himself unlucky not to have had any chances. I looked to try and get him on the pitch at times, but the nature of the games and the state of play, having to make early substitutions in some games prevented me from being able to do that.”

Kacper Kurylowicz (Potters Bar Town)

The goalkeeper has been loaned out to non-league Potters Bar Town, who play in the Isthmian Premier League, while being able to train and play for Spurs’ U23s if needed.

He was once again an unused substitute for their 3-2 win at Carshalton Athletic last weekend, but was not in the squad for any of Town’s games this week.

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