Eight players currently out on loan- A review of Town’s out on loan players
- Jordi Hiwula impressing at Bradford City
- Academy graduates gaining valuable First Team football
Huddersfield Town currently has eight players out on loan and htafc.com has rounded up how they are getting on at their respective clubs!
Jason Davidson, FC Groningen
Jason Davidson has started nine matches since joining FC Groningen on loan from Huddersfield Town on 18th August.
The Dutch side are currently 15th in the Eredivisie, one point ahead of bottom side Roda JC Kerk.
All the left back’s appearances have come in the league and he was part of the side that beat FC Utrecht 5-1 away from home.
Jordy Hiwula, Bradford City
Jordy Hiwula has established himself as one of Bradford City’s most influential players since joining on loan from Huddersfield Town, as the Bantams challenge at the top of League 1.
The 22 year-old striker, who can also play out wide, has made 20 appearances in all competitions for Bradford City so far; more than any other player.
So far this season, Jordy has scored five goals in all competitions; four in the league. A recent flurry of goals has seen him score twice in four games, his last in a 3-2 win away at AFC Wimbledon.
Bradford City currently sits second in League 1 only losing one of their 17 league games so far this season.
Kyle Dempsey, Fleetwood Town
The 21 year-old midfielder got off to a good start in his loan spell at Fleetwood Town as the Club won their opening two matches with Dempsey providing an assist.
Dempsey (pictured above) has continued to be a regular in the middle of midfield for Uwe Rösler’s side, totalling 13 appearances in all competitions.
The Huddersfield Town loanee has made 10 league starts for Fleetwood so far and one appearance off the bench, as the Trawlermen sits 13th in League 1 just four points outside the Play-Off places.
Will Boyle, Kilmarnock
Young centre-back Will Boyle is on loan at Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock until January 2017 and has currently made seven appearances for the Club.
Under the guidance of former Town manager Lee Clark, Boyle scored on his debut as the Killie’s beat Clyde 2-1 in the Scottish League Cup.
The 21 year-old hasn’t made a First Team appearance since 26 August but is regularly named among Clark’s substitutes.
Flo Bojaj, Kilmarnock
Flo joined Kilmarnock at the same time as young centre-back Will Boyle but has only made three appearances for the Club; all in the Scottish Cup.
He made his debut in the Club’s 2-1 win over Clyde in the cup competition but has yet to appear in the league.
Luke Coddington, Wrexham AFC
After joining the National League side on Friday (11 November), Town’s young goalkeeper made his debut for Wrexham the following day.
However, Coddington was unable to stop Wrexham AFC losing 1-0 to Braintree Town. The Welsh side currently sits 14th in the league with 25 points from 20 games.
Tadhg Ryan, Radcliffe Borough
Tadhg has impressed during his loan spell at Evo-Stik League Northern Premier League First Division North side Radcliffe Borough so far.
The young goalkeeper has been ever-present since joining on loan at the start of November.
So far the 19 year-old has kept one clean sheet in four games and picked up the Club’s man of the match award after Radcliffe Borough’s 2-1 defeat to Droylsden.
Fraser Horsfall, Trafford FC
Similarly to Tadhg Ryan, Horsfall went out on the loan at the start of November and joined fellow Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division North side Trafford FC.
Since joining the Club, the young centre-back has been at the heart of the Trafford FC defence and they have kept two clean sheets in their last three matches.
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