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Originally posted by t_rAndy t_rAndy wrote:

Any time I see Troy I don't think he looks bad at all. He has good touch and control. Find it hard to put me finger on what's going wrong. One area I do think he could do better is enforcing himself on the game more in terms of doing more of the dirty work, especially in the midfield role he has been playing.
No player would have a chance of impressing in that Ipswich team. I have watched a few Ipswich games this season and the ability of their players on the ball is so very poor. So few chances get created by the midfield Parrott ends up having to drop deeper to try and force something. Anytime he does get the ball and tries to play it forward to another Ipswich player, the other player ends up losing it and it's back to square 1. 

Next move is vital for Parrott so he can develop and realised the potential we all know he has. Really hope that his proposed return to Ipswich does not take place. That would be very bad, and stunt his growth as a player. A loan link up with Cullen at Anderlecht would be a good move for Parrott. A lot of the top Belgian/Dutch teams take on younger players from Man City and Chelsea. Parrott should be looking at these options instead of lowering his standards by playing with the likes of Ipswich.
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From what I've seen of him so far at club level (mostly highlight clips to be fair) and in his senior Ireland appearances he very much looks like an underage player playing senior football. Some players adapt to the change to senior football very quickly - Scully has done it well in the last year, even Connolly in terms of his physicality. Collins, O'Shea and Knight as well.

Parrott doesn't look like he can physically impose himself at that level yet. To be fair to him he is younger than the other players I mentioned above so the hope is that that part of his game will come and that, when it does, it will allow him to show the skill we know he has at senior level. 

I'm not sure that heading back to League 1 next season would be the best move for him anyway. Somewhere like Scotland or the Netherlands or another less physical league might suit him better at this stage of his career. Or, as I mentioned previously, a few months of under 23 football at Spurs might not be the end of the world by any means, build his confidence back up and then maybe try another loan in January 2022. He'd still be only 19 at that point.


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Yeah, a stint on the continent may better suit his style. The obsession with English football needs to be knocked on the head.

If you have to drop to league one then surely a stint in the Netherlands or Belgium is a better alternative at this point. 
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Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Yeah, a stint on the continent may better suit his style. The obsession with English football needs to be knocked on the head.

If you have to drop to league one then surely a stint in the Netherlands or Belgium is a better alternative at this point. 

Agree with this. Even a jaunt up to Scotland!

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So expect Spurs to recall him from his loan and play him in their u23s if Ipswich are done with him?  No point his staying playing category 2 u23 games...basically Leinster Senior League level.


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Many here said that Troy would last longer at Spurs than Jose have been vindicated
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I wonder if Troy will end up banned from our upcoming qualifiers. UEFA is pretty pissed off about this super league business 
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Parrot not in squad again. Why don't Spurs call him back?
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People were saying he'd struggle at Spurs because Jose doesn't give youngsters a chance. I'm sure he'll be back in the Spurs squad with the next manager no doubt. 
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He should be hoping ipswich keep him on loan again next season. I can't imagine another team will give him the amount of opportunities that ipswich have.

If he scores a few in their u23 they'll give him another shout 
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He's wasn't playing with their u23s yesterday, also their u23s are playing at a level well below spurs u23s.  If he has not all ready gone back to spurs he should do and play out the season in their u23s.  

As said earlier in this thread, from what i saw of him he wasnt ready to go out on loan this season.  Hopefully he learns and develops from this, but hard to see this expereince as anything other than negative.
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

He should be hoping ipswich keep him on loan again next season. I can't imagine another team will give him the amount of opportunities that ipswich have.

If he scores a few in their u23 they'll give him another shout 
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Ipswich were trashed 3 - 0 today by the worst team in the league. Troy clearly ain't the problem at that club and I hope for his sake he gives them a wide berth next year. He should be sitting down with his agent in a few weeks and look to find himself a proper club where he can develop instead of watching the ball constantly kicked over his head.
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

He should be hoping ipswich keep him on loan again next season. I can't imagine another team will give him the amount of opportunities that ipswich have.

If he scores a few in their u23 they'll give him another shout 
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He's not even in the Ipswich U23s anymore. Keep up would you.
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At this stage you'd wonder whether he'll even make it to the end of the season at Ipswich or whether they'll maybe just send him back to Spurs early. 
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Longford Town bound according to lies I made up

Hed probably even struggle there!!
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Originally posted by Wheelo Wheelo wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Longford Town bound according to lies I made up

Hed probably even struggle there!!


Quite possibly!

I posted my doubts about him long ago. 
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My money is he will still be a big success once someone gets his confidence back as I'm not sure he can himself.
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