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Loanee Watch 2021-22

tottenham541

President
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Dec 23, 2009
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Benton seems to be scoring a lot of goals at Aveley, SUFC say he's a box-to-box / playmaker type, do we know what position he's playing at Aveley?

Seems one of the strongest prospects we've got at the moment.
Said last season if he had no more injuries he’d be the one to get a chance in the first team but yet again they send him out on loan, know his dad really well and if his not given his chance soon then he will see his contract out and get his chance elsewhere, he won’t be here for long if another club comes in for him, can see Cambridge stealing him from us soon.
 

KiwiRob

First XI
Joined
Aug 6, 2010
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Said last season if he had no more injuries he’d be the one to get a chance in the first team but yet again they send him out on loan, know his dad really well and if his not given his chance soon then he will see his contract out and get his chance elsewhere, he won’t be here for long if another club comes in for him, can see Cambridge stealing him from us soon.
Both Benton and Kinali have goals in them and yet they seem to be behind Walsh, Egbri, Phillips and Gard in the pecking order. I find this puzzling. Hopefully, both Benton and Kinali will get some decent first-team opportunities soon.
 

MattE

Manager⭐
Joined
Aug 8, 2005
Messages
3,163
Both Benton and Kinali have goals in them and yet they seem to be behind Walsh, Egbri, Phillips and Gard in the pecking order. I find this puzzling. Hopefully, both Benton and Kinali will get some decent first-team opportunities soon.
Acquah scored loads in the youths, as did Rush (I think). It's a big step up, from youth, or loans 2+ divisions below, to first team footie.
 

fredheim_holm

Where art thou Tes
Joined
Mar 3, 2006
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Location
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Acquah scored loads in the youths, as did Rush (I think). It's a big step up, from youth, or loans 2+ divisions below, to first team footie.
From the very little I've seen, Benton seems more in the mould of a Jack Payne / Jack Bridge prospect with more natural footballing ability than the likes of Acquah / Rush / Kinali.
 

flangejackrabbit

Reclusive rabbit
Joined
May 28, 2014
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I would have expected to see Kinali get a loan at National League South level, surprised a club from that division hasn't come in for him.
 

Yorkshire Blue

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Staff member
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Oct 27, 2003
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Location
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Level 6
Conference South

Tommy Davis started for Spud’s Welling against an Oxford City side featuring ex-Shrimper Harry Kyprianou. Former SUFC youth and Japan u19 centre-back Dan Matsuzaka was on the bench for Oxford alongside Lead Bradbury’s son Harvey. Welling lost 1-0.

Level 7
Southern League Premier South

Eren Kinali made his second debut (is that still a debut?) for 14th placed Hendon. He was booked just before half-time. Hendon were 2-0 up at half-time but two quick goals after ht drew 9th place Poole level only for the home team Hendon to win it with 12 minutes remaining.

Terrell Egbri was on the bench for leaders Farnborough at 20th placed Kings Langley. No Ricky Holmes for them but he did apparently play a part in them signing Terrell. Egbri came on after 67 minutes with the score 1-1 but was unable to help them secure the expected win.

Isthmian Premier

Miles Mitchell-Nelson made his debut for badly struggling East Thurrock against Jimmy Wallace’s high-flying Bishop’s Stortford. Wallace however was only on the bench. Mitchell-Nelson was booked on 54 minutes for what seemed a good challenge with East Thurrock 3-0 down. In the end it finished 4-1. Bishop’s Stortford remain 4th and East Thurrock 21st out of 22.

Level 8
Isthmian North

Jon Benton lined up for Aveley against Lewis Gard’s brother Freddie’s Brentwood. Aveley scored the only goal of the game on 56 minutes.
 
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