An update on how Town’s players are performing at their loan clubs
- Round up of Huddersfield Town’s loan players
- Both First Team and Academy players getting first team football
- Josh Koroma on the scoresheet for Portsmouth
Huddersfield Town currently have 17 players out on loan, gaining valuable experience of first team football.
That number includes several Young Terriers from the Academy who are making an impact at senior level, getting invaluable exposure to competitive first team football.
Josh Koroma – Portsmouth FC
Since joining the League One side at the end of the transfer window, Koroma has appeared in all three games and scored his first goal against Plymouth Argyle on Saturday 17 September.
Portsmouth have won two games and drawn one since Koroma arrived, achieving seven out of nine points, and they currently sit second in the League One table.
Jacob Chapman – Salford City
Town’s B Team ‘keeper made his debut for Salford City in the EFL Trophy game against Accrington Stanley, which saw the game end 0-0 and go to penalties.
Chapman kept a clean sheet through the 90 minutes of the game and then saved two penalties to secure the win and take his team to the next round of the competition.
Kieran Phillips – Morecambe
Phillips has started four games for the League One side and scored two goals out of five appearances, with his first goal coming in his first League start against Bristol Rovers to get his side back in front.
The forward’s most recent goal came against Forest Green Rovers in the final League game before the international break when he chipped the ‘keeper to get Morecambe back on level terms before his teammate scored the winner in injury time.
Can we talk about this absolute piece of ꜰɪʟᴛʜ please!? 😮— Morecambe FC (@ShrimpsOfficial) September 18, 2022
Nutmeg on number 15, sinabit pal 👋 and then a little dink to finish, @K_phillips9 that is unreal son!#UTS 🦐 | #FORvMOR pic.twitter.com/Kyc4Lh1xHV
Romoney Crichlow – Bradford City
Despite missing Bradford City’s last game before the international break against Stevenage, Crichlow has been a regular in Mark Hughes’ side.
In the eight appearances he has made so far this season, Crichlow has helped his side keep three clean sheets and the League Two side currently sit in fifth position as they aim to continue to push forwards.
Kian Harratt - Bradford City
Alongside Romoney, 20-year-old striker Kian is also contributing to the Bantams' promotion push.
He's scored once so far in one start and six substitute appearances for his loan club, whilst also providing an assist during their 3-1 League Two win at Hartlepool United.
Kyle Hudlin – AFC Wimbledon
Hudlin has appeared in the last three games for AFC Wimbledon after returning from injury, making his first start during the week in their EFL Trophy game against Crawley Town.
The B Team striker scored his first goal, and the first goal of the game, in the EFL Trophy game to help them get to the next round of the competition.
AFC Wimbledon currently sit 17th in the Sky Bet League Two as Hudlin aims to push forwards and establish himself as a goal scorer.
Luke Daley – Gateshead FC
The B Team defender recently joined the National League side on loan and got straight into the team, starting on his debut in a 1-1 draw against Boreham Wood.
Daley played 67 minutes in his first appearance with Gateshead, who currently sit 22nd in the National League and will be looking to kick-start after the break after winning one game and drawing one game out of the last five games.
Giosue Bellagambi – Hyde United
The young shot-stopper has been on loan with Hyde United since the beginning of the season and is in the nets weekly for the Northern Premier League side after he spent last season at Town concentrating on his physical development.
Currently on international duty and making his senior debut with Uganda, the ‘keeper will be looking to come back to his loan club and help push the side further up the table that they currently sit fifth in.
Scott High – Rotherham United
Town’s midfielder joined Rotherham United on a season long loan at the beginning of the 2022/23 season after playing in the First Team on a semi-regular basis for the Terriers last season.
High has appeared in eight games this season and they currently sit in eighth position as they have won two, drawn two and lost one in the last five games that lead up to the international break.
This season is a good chance for the Town youngster to get more Championship minutes under his belt and the regular experience of senior First Team football.
Matty Daly – Harrogate Town
The first of four Town youngsters on loan with Harrogate Town, Matty Daly has appeared in every game in all competitions so far this season – starting every game apart from the last two where he came on as a substitute.
Daly has scored two of Harrogate’s six goals this season as the Sulphurites sit 18th in the Sky Bet League Two.
Josh Austerfield – Harrogate Town
The second of the four loanees at Harrogate Town, Josh Austerfield has appeared in every game for Harrogate in all competitions apart from one game against Salford City.
The 20-year-old midfielder has started the first nine games, alongside Terrier teammate Matty Daly.
Jaheim Headley – Harrogate Town
The third of the four B Team players on loan with Harrogate Town for the season, Jaheim Headley continues to gain experience at this level.
The defender started eight consecutive games for Harrogate from the start of the season in all competitions, but has not been included in the squad for the previous three games.
Danny Grant – Harrogate Town
The final Terrier on loan with Harrogate Town for the season, Danny Grant has appeared on the bench three times for Harrogate Town – coming on twice for the Sulphurites.
The 23-year-old midfielder is yet to contribute to the goal tally for the team.
Rolando Aarons – Motherwell FC
Returning on loan to Motherwell FC in the Scottish Premiership, where he spent a short spell before the pandemic, Aarons has appeared for the side three times as a substitute.
While the forward is currently injured, Motherwell sit eighth in Scotland’s top division.
Ryan Schofield – Hibernian FC
With Scottish Premiership side Hibernian FC, Schofield is on the bench as their second choice ‘keeper behind David Marshall.
Schofield is constantly observing First Team football in the top division in Scotland, ready to step in if he is asked to.
Rarmani Edmonds-Green – Wigan Athletic
After playing regular senior football last season and helping League One side Rotherham United reach automatic promotion to the Championship, Edmonds-Green recently joined Wigan Athletic for a season long loan.
The defender hasn’t yet made an appearance for the Latics and has only been named on the bench once.
Michael Roxburgh – Brighouse Town
The Academy shot stopper went on loan to the Northern Premier League Division One East side and has started seven games in the nets for Brighouse Town.
The side currently sit sixth in the league after winning three and drawing one of their last five games.
Sam Taylor – Northallerton Town
Another one of our Academy goalkeepers on loan, Sam Taylor has started six games in the nets for Northallerton Town.
The Northern League Division One side currently sit 19th in the League after winning one and drawing two in the last five games.