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A Few Villa Youngsters Begin To Make Their Mark Out On Loan – September Roundup

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With Aston Villa heading into another interruption break following the Tottenham Hotspur clash this coming Sunday, we all hope we make it three wins on the spin and then we pray the international round of matches don’t come back to bite us in the way last month’s nonsense window did.

It’s also a fresh month, so time to check in on our talented youngsters who made temporary departures back in August.

First out was attacker Indiana Vassilev, with him heading back to the United States for a season long spell with Inter Miami. The 20-year-old attacker has caused quite a stir so far, at least with their matchday commentator who celebrated his first goal by calling him Indiana Jones and as he bagged his second for them, scoring was compared to eating a Twix.

Indy now has three MLS starts with ten substitute showings from the bench.

Next out was goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic who again returned to Hajduk Split for the season. He has seven starting appearances to his name so far, with three clean sheets.

Fellow goalkeeper, and highly rated youngster, Akos Onodi headed out to Bromsgrove Sporting who ply their trade in the Southern League Premier Division Central. The loan is described as ‘long’ – whatever that might mean.

The 20-year-old stopper has made nine starting appearances so far across all competitions, keeping four clean sheets.

Midfielder Finn Azaz was actually a summer capture from West Bromwich Albion, and he immediately headed out to League Two side Newport County for the year. The 20-year-old has made five starting appearances so far, with another three showings from the bench. He opened his goalscoring account in September’s clash with Barrow.

Versatile defender Seb Revan headed out for his first taste of life on loan and joined Grimsby Town for the remainder of the campaign. The 18-year-old made his starting debut for them at the end of August in a scoreless draw with Stockport County and he’s since added a substitute appearance to his tally.

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Promising right back Kaine Kessler Hayden headed out to Swindon Town for a spell in League Two. The 18-year-old talent has had a lively time of it so far. Seven starting appearances, two yellow cards, a red card and he won a penalty on his debut.

Very highly rated youngster Louie Barry headed to League One side Ipswich Town for the campaign, and the 18-year-old has made three starts so far, with one substitute showing.

18-year-old striker Brad Young made the switch to League Two side Carlisle United and he boasts two starts, and five substitute appearances so far. He opened his goalscoring account for them in the EFL Trophy with a brace against Everton’s Under 21 side.

Next out was Tyreik Wright, with the 20-year-old heading to League Two Salford City as he looks to build on his experience last season with Walsall. The versatile attacker has so far made four starting appearances, with two showings off the bench, and he opened his goalscoring account in their game with Newport County at the end of August.

Midfielder Arjan Raikhy headed to National League outfit Stockport County, and the 18-year-old now has four starting appearances to his name.

Wesley will continue his rehabilitation from Ben Mee’s horrific assault back at Club Brugge. He’s with them until the end of the 2021/22 campaign and he now has one start and one substitute appearance to his name.

Conor Hourihane also left on loan again, this time for Bramall Lane and Sheffield United. He’s with them until the end of the campaign wherein his contract will come to a natural end. He’s made one start and four substitute appearances so far.

Deadline day saw another three departures.

Versatile 20-year-old defender Mungo Bridge headed out to French Championnat National side FC Annercy, but I can find no playing stats as of yet.

Freddy Guilbert headed back to French side Strasbourg for another season long loan and he’s made three starts with one substitute showing so far.

Finally, 21-year-old Dominic Revan made the switch out to League Two side Northampton Town as he looked to build on his experience last season with Weymouth and he’s only with them until January at this point. So far, he’s yet to debut.

And that’s your lot for now.

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