24 Huddersfield Town players out on loan or work experience
- Town players involved in promotion and relegation battles
- Young Terriers experience crucial matches in Senior football
- Academy players to play in Cup Final with Liversedge First Team
A number of Huddersfield Town’s loanees have been involved in crucial games throughout the football pyramid.
The Terriers currently have 24 players out on loan or on work experience in order to gain valuable First Team football experience.
htafc.com takes a look at how all of Town’s players have been getting on at their respective clubs.
Collin Quaner at Ipswich Town
Collin has ended his season with Ipswich Town on huge high following his contribution to the 3-2 victory over Leeds United.
The striker scored the winning goal in the final minute of the fixture in their last game of the season.
Despite Quaner and his sides best efforts, the Tractor Boys will be ending their 17-year stay in the Sky Bet Championship this season as they finished 24th with just 31 points.
Rajiv van La Parra at Middlesbrough
Rajiv joined Middlesbrough on loan at the start of the January transfer window but has since returned to Huddersfield following a reoccurring injury.
During his loan, Rajiv made five appearance in all competitions for the Club, the last in mid-February.
Middlesbrough has finished the 2018/19 season in seventh place in the Sky Bet Championship, narrowly missing out on the Play-Offs just one point behind Derby County.
Lewis O’Brien at Bradford City
Lewis is having a stellar season whilst on loan at the Northern Commercials Stadium and the midfielder has made a total of 40 appearances for the Bantams.
The 20-year-old has grabbed four goals and three assists this season with his latest goal coming in Bradford’s away clash with Bristol Rovers on Saturday 13 April 2019. O’Brien kick started the game by scoring the first goal in the 16th minute, but unfortunately for the Bantams the fixture ended in a 3-2 defeat.
Bradford City has finished the 2018/19 season at the bottom of the Sky Bet League 1 table meaning the Club will be competing in Sky Bet League 2 next season.
Jack Payne at Bradford City
Jack has been another of Bradford’s key players during this campaign with the midfielder finding the net on nine occasions during his 40 appearances for Gary Bowyer’s side.
The 24-year-old has also contributed with five assists this season, however despite his best efforts, Bradford City was relegated to Sky Bet League 2.
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Rekeil Pyke at Rochdale
Rekeil joined Sky Bet League 1 side Rochdale during the January transfer window after spending the first half of the season on loan at AFC Wrexham in the Vanarama National League.
The youngster made two appearances before suffering an injury. However, after his recovery, Rekeil was involved in the Club’s final four games of the season.
Rochdale has finished the 2018/19 season in 16th place in Sky Bet League 1 table.
Ryan Schofield at Notts County
Ryan joined Notts County on loan during the January transfer window for the remainder of the 2018/19 season.
The 19-year-old goalkeeper has made 17 appearances and kept four clean sheets during his time with the Magpies.
On the final game of the season, Notts County lost 3-1 to Swindon Town sending the Club down to the Vanarama National League.
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Ramadan Sobhi at Al Ahly
Ramadan returned to his home nation during the January Transfer Window and the winger has since made 13 appearances for Al Ahly with five of those coming in the CAF Champions League.
Since returning to Egypt, Sobhi has aided his side with two assists and two goals. His latest triumph being the second goal scorer in Al Ahly’s 2-0 victory over Nogoom FC.
As it stands, Al Ahly sit at the top of the Egyptian Premier League with 67 points closely followed by Pyramids who are just two points behind with two games left of the season.
Dom Tear at Larne FC
Dom joined Northern Irish side Larne FC on loan in January for the remainder of the 2018/19 season and has helped Antrim-based side clinch the NIFL Championship title.
This is the first taste of senior football for Town’s reigning Academy Player of the Year and the 19-year-old has made six appearances and scored two goals during his loan spell at Inver Park.
Dom’s first goal for Larne actually came against his parent club in the 5-1 win over Town’s Under-19s on Saturday 30 March 2019.
Isaac Marriott at Larne FC
Similarly, Isaac joined Larne FC at the same time as Dom, but the central midfielder has previous experience of men’s football from a work experience spell at Brighouse Town last season.
The 19-year-old suffered an injury early into his loan spell and is yet to feature for Larne, but the move away from home and being a part of a Championship winning side benefitted Isaac.
Larne FC won the Bluefin Sport Championship title.
Regan Booty at Aldershot
The 21-year-old midfielder has made 40 appearances and has one assist for the Shots.
Aldershot finished in 21st in the Vanarama National League meaning the Club has been relegated and will compete in the Vanarama National League South next season.
Olly Dyson at Barrow
Olly joined National League side Barrow on work experience after impressing during previous loan spells.
The winger has made three appearances during his time with Barrow, however, the striker is currently recovering from an injury setback.
Ian Evatt’s side finished 11th in the Vanarama National League table.
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Romoney Crichlow-Noble at Bradford (Park Avenue)
Romoney joined the Vanarama National League North side Bradford (Park Avenue) for his first loan spell.
The defender has made seven appearances for the Club and helped BPA get into the Play-Offs.
The Club, however, was beaten 1-0 by Spennymoor and will remain in the Vanarama National League.
Ben Jackson and Kit Elliott at Darlington
Ben is currently on work experience with Darlington and has made eight appearances for the National League North side. He has just one goal to his name since joining the Club.
Kit joined Darlington on work experience at the same time as Ben did. The striker has made seven appearances for Tommy Wright’s side and managed to also get a goal to his name.
Darlington currently finished 16th in the Vanarama National League North table.
Jordan Eli and Rarmani Edmonds-Green at Brighouse Town
Jordan has made four appearances for Brighouse Town since joining the Club on work experience.
Rarmani joined Jordan at Brighouse on work experience on Thursday 31 January 2019.
Rarmani, who has been playing in the middle of midfielder and in defence for Brighouse, has made 15 appearances for the Club. He also scored two goals and received a Player of the Match Award during that time.
Brighouse finished third in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League East Division table with 71 points, meaning the Club competed in the Play-Offs.
Brighouse Town beat Pontefract Collieries 3-0 in the Evo-Stik Division One East League in the Play-Off Final to seal promotion.
Luke Mewitt at Marske United
Since joining Marske United on loan, Luke has made six appearances for the Club.
Marske finished 10th in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League East Division with 58 points.
George Danaher at Glossop North End
George joined Glossop North End on work experience on Thursday 28 March 2019.
The 18-year-old striker has made four appearances for the side that finished 17th in the Northern Premier League First Division West.
George has also featured for Abbey Hey this season where he scored two goals in 15 appearances, as well as making one appearance for both Liversedge and Curzon Ashton.
Mason O’Malley, Sam Gibson and Oran Thompson at Liversedge
Mason O’Malley has made 16 appearances for Liversedge and scored his first goal for the Club in a 1-0 victory over Thackley on Saturday 30 March 2019.
The defender’s impressive performances for Liversedge also saw him named the Club’s Player of the Month for February.
Full-back Sam Gibson has made 13 appearances for Liversedge since starting his work experience spell.
Fellow defender Oran Thompson has also made three appearances for Liversedge, with the Club finishing 13th in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division.
Liversedge’s final game of the season is the Northern Counties East League Cup Final on 13 May 2019 at Doncaster Rovers’ Keepmoat Stadium.
Harrison Davison-Hale at Athersley Recreation
Harrison joined Athersley Recreation on work experience after not featuring during a spell with Ossett United.
The young goalkeeper, who made 12 appearances for Liversedge earlier in the season, has made just the one appearance for Athersley which came in a 2-1 defeat to Harrogate Railway Athletic.
Athersley finished 17th in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division with 38 points.
Ben Mills at Padiham
Ben has made two starts for Padiham and has grabbed one goal during those appearances.
The young attacker made 14 appearances and scored one goal for AFC Emley on work experience earlier in the season.
Padiham finished 17th in the HSL Premier Division table with 53 points.
Dahomey Raymond at Shelley
After not featuring for Liversedge, Dahomey joined Shelley where he has made 14 appearances.
Shelley finished 12th in the HSL First Division North table with 48 points.