Find out how Huddersfield Town’s players are performing at their loan Clubs
- Overview of Town’s loan players
- Both First Team and Academy players featuring for other Clubs
- Scott High, Kit Elliott and Demeaco Duhaney the latest Young Terriers to go out on loan
Rekeil Pyke at Rochdale
The 22-year-old joined Rochdale for the second season running this summer with the intention of getting some First Team experience.
The young forward has made nine League appearances so far and scored his first League goal for The Dale in a 2-1 defeat to Fleetwood Town.
Earlier this week, Pyke scored again, this time in a 2-1 win over Bradford City in the Football League Trophy.
Scott High and Kit Elliott at Concord Rangers
The pair both joined Danny and Nicky Cowley’s former team on loan last week until 6 January 2020.
It’s central midfielder Scott’s first loan spell in senior football but he has built up plenty of experience in Town’s Academy sides, regularly captaining the Under-19s this season, whilst striker Elliott spent time with Darlington last season.
Both made their Concord Rangers’ debuts from the bench in Saturday’s 3-1 MANarama National League South defeat at Bath City.
Demeaco Duhaney at Boston United
The young right-back joined the National League North side until the new year as he looks to get regular First Team football.
Since the move last month, Demeaco has featured twice for the Pilgrims, starting in recent matches against both York City and AFC Telford United.
He made his Town debut in the Premier League against Wolves last season and had since impressed in the EDT/Under-19s team earlier this season, following several injury setbacks in that time.
Romoney Crichlow-Noble at Hartlepool United
The defender made the move to Hartlepool this season on a season-long long and is looking to continue his development following successful spells with Enfield Borough and Bradford Park-Avenue.
The 20-year-old has made two appearances for the National League side, who currently sit 14th in the league table.
He’s been on the team sheet as a substitute for a further four games but was not subbed on.
Ben Jackson at Stockport County
The youngster was sent on loan at Stockport County after impressing in pre-season with Town’s First Team.
The wide-midfielder made his professional debut for Huddersfield as he came on as a substitute in the win over Rochdale during pre-season.
Since moving to his hometown club, Jackson has impressed and had made 14 appearances for the National League side, scoring one goal in the process.
Dom Tear at Gateshead
After winning the 2017/18 Academy Player of the Year award at Huddersfield Town, Tear moved to Larne FC to gain first-team experience in the NIFL Premiership.
This summer, the 20-year-old joined Gateshead and has continued to impress. The midfielder has made 12 appearance for the Heed and has contributed two goals and two assists.
The National League North side currently sit 10th in the league table, but with games in hand, stand a good chance of reaching the play-offs.
Olly Dyson at Barrow AFC
Dyson joined Vanarama National League side Barrow AFC this summer following a work experience spell at Holker Street in the 2018/19 season.
The 19-year-old has been a regular starter in the Barrow First Team, making 16 appearances for the Club who currently sit 4th in England’s fifth-tier.
The young Terrier has also contributed a couple of goals for Ian Evatt’s side, scoring two league strikes from midfield.
Isaac Marriott and Jaheim Headley at Bradford Park Avenue
Marriott and Headley joined Town on trial periods over the summer, and after impressing over the summer, the pair were loaned to Bradford Park Avenue.
The Club currently sit bottom of the National League North table, but Isaac has gained valuable senior experience, making 14 appearances for BPA.
Jaheim netted his first senior goal in Park Avenue’s 1-0 win away at Darlington and has so far made five appearances in the senior squad.
Luke Mewitt and Oran Thompson at Hyde United
The pair joined BetVictor Northern Premier League side Hyde United on season-long loans this summer.
20-year-old goalkeeper Mewitt has been a regular starter between the sticks for Hyde, who currently sit 14th in the league table.
Oran has also established himself in the Tiger’s squad, making 12 appearances, he also got on the scoresheet and was named the man-of-the-match in a 2-0 win over Nantwich Town.
Andrew Ijiwole and Jacob Chapman at Ossett United
Ijiwole joined BetVictor Northern Premier League Division One North West team Ossett United on work experience for the 2019/20 season.
He was later joined by his teammate Jacob Chapman, who also joined the Club on work experience. The Australian keeper has so far made three appearances for United.
Both players are experiencing their first taste of senior football with the newly-formed Club.
Darnell Mintus and Tim Akinola at Brighouse Town
The duo made the move to Brighouse Town to play in the Northern Premier League Division One North West.
18-year-old Darnell has made nine appearances for the Club and scored his first senior goal in a 2-1 victory over City of Liverpool.
Akinola arrived at Town this summer from Lincoln City after a successful loan period, and since making the move to Brighouse, has made four League appearances.
Aaron Mooy at Brighton & Hove Albion
The Australian international has made a total of eight appearances so far for Brighton & Hove Albion since making the move to the South Coast for the season, in the summer.
Six of those have come in the Premier League, with him last featuring for the Seagulls in last month’s 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa. He has been named in the matchday squad by Graham Potter for Brighton’s recent games against Norwich City and Manchester United.
Ben Hamer at Derby County
The 31-year-old shot-stopper joined fellow Sky Bet Championship side Derby County on a season long loan for the 2019/20 season.
Hamer has made two appearances for the Rams this season, both of which came in the Carabao Cup. He kept a clean sheet against Scunthorpe United in the first round, and then appeared in a 3-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest in the Second Round.
Ramadan Sobhi at Al Ahly
Sobhi returned to his native country this summer to play for Egyptian Premier League side Al Ahly on a season-long loan.
The 22-year old has been in fine form for the Egyptian Club so far this season. The winger has scored three goals in as many appearances and has also contributed with an assist. Al Ahly are currently 3rd in the League after winning their opening three games.