Cameron Carter-Vickers at Stoke City FC (on loan from Tottenham Hotspur FC)

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  1. ebbro

    ebbro Member+

    Jun 10, 2005
    Technically Spurs recalled him after 17 starts with Sheffield when it looked like he was getting benched and sent him to Ipswich Town. I think they would've kept him for the season had he not been recalled, but he definitely lost his place as a starter.
     
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  2. The Irish Rover

    The Irish Rover Member+

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    Brighton have met the 2 million pounds release clause in Graham Potter's contract and his coaching staff will be moving with him as part of a wider compensation package. I wonder if he'd be interesed in taking CCV on loan as well.
     
  3. Placid Casual

    Placid Casual Member+

    Apr 2, 2004
    Bentley's Roof

    Right.

    One would expect that someone who plays for a different country to have a slightly bigger worldview than the average 21 year old English player.
     
  4. Sufjan Guzan

    Sufjan Guzan Member

    Feb 13, 2016
    Also to back this up.... That WAS the trend. English top-6 clubs loaning players to the continent is becoming increasingly more common. Germany in particular is starting to branch out and look to England, as well as other non-traditional places (USA included).
     
  5. TarHeels17

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    I mean that's fair and all, but there are plenty of guys who play for Nigeria and the Ivory Coast from England who do all stay there.

    That's fair, but it is a very new trend. Like I said, Sancho was kind of the trailblazer, just like Pulisic is for the new age Americans in Germany.
     
  6. Bruce S

    Bruce S Member+

    Sep 10, 1999
    New trend? That 1994 USA WC team had several players who played in Germany. Waldo, Joe-Max Moore, Paul Caligiuri, probably others I can't remember.
     
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  7. Cubanlix63

    Cubanlix63 Member

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    Bundesliga has always been the major Soccer league Americans had the most success in.
     
  8. mattjo

    mattjo Member+

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    Mike Lapper
    Thomas Dooley (of course)
    Claudio Reyna

    were the others I saw although Lapper and Reyna only began playing their in 1994.
     
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  9. BostonRed

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    https://www.si.com/soccer/2019/05/31/cameron-carter-vickers-tottenham-champions-league-final-usa

    Speaking to Wales Online last month before leaving Swansea for Brighton & Hove Albion, assistant manger Billy Reid said, “Cameron came here on loan from Tottenham and he had to bide his time to make the team. When he came into the team, he’s made huge progress. We asked him to step into the game with the ball and the progress he's made in that area has been exceptional.”
     
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  10. truefan420

    truefan420 Member+

    May 30, 2010
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    Wonder if they’ll have any interest on taking him on loan. A good EPL loan would do CCV well. He knows the coach and system and it should help him early.
     
  11. Dough Boy

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  12. truefan420

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    Hopefully he lands in a good situation
     
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  13. LouisianaViking07/09

    Aug 15, 2009
    why they selling Trippier?
     
  14. ArsenalMetro

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    Because Trippier aggressively sucked for most of last season, is almost 30, and is rumored to have interest from Napoli.

    Not sure who the replacement RB is though, because there's no way it's Kyle Walker-Peters.
     
  15. Sebsasour

    Sebsasour Member+

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    Don't really mind that, it was clear Spurs was going to be too big of a mountain to climb.

    I imagine he'll stay in England, I'd guess in The Championship
     
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  16. dougtee

    dougtee Member+

    Feb 7, 2007
    it seems like there’s no harder thing for a cb prospect than eliminating the one bad mistake per match that separates good from top flight
     
  17. truefan420

    truefan420 Member+

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    I mean that’s what they were saying about Trippier when they sold Kyle Walker and he developed.
     
  18. truefan420

    truefan420 Member+

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    One of the newly promoted might take a flier on a young CB with a good pedigree but he might be smarter to go to a top Championship side where he knows he will be a lock starter and earn promotion. Derby would actually be a great spot. I like their new coach and they need to replace Tomori who’s back to Chelsea. Leeds would be another good option. I think Beisla would do wonders with him.
     
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  19. ArsenalMetro

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    Trippier had already been a backup for two years at Tottenham and had a full season in the Premier League with Burnley before becoming the starter.

    Walker-Peters has 9 league appearances in his entire career and he's 22 years old.

    Apples and oranges IMO.
     
  20. m vann

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    CCV is free! Time to move on from Spurs. He seems to usually land in a good situation so there’s no doubt he’ll find a positive move. It’s a big move, too. He needs a long-term club whether it be mid-to-lower tier EPL club, Championship, or MLS.
     
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  21. rgli13

    rgli13 Member+

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    as with all defenders, ill say go to italy
     
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  22. truefan420

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    May 30, 2010
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    He’d do well there but the Italians don’t tend to buy American or English developed players.
     
  23. ArsenalMetro

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    I'd agree with the caveat that I'd prefer he not go to the Championship. Lots of matches, so lots of game-time, but it's such a dull place for him to end up from a fan's perspective.

    The pressure to go up and the frequency of matches can stifle development a little bit as well.
     
  24. truefan420

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    Their not exact matches but what in life is. No one rated Trippier as good enough to replace Walker. He worked out very well for them. Yes he was more seasoned then Walker-Peters. However, Poch knows what he’s doing.

    They likely are willing to move on from this 8 but I doubt they actually move on from all. One of Trippier or Aurier will likely still be there next year and Walker-Peters will back them up.
     
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  25. rgli13

    rgli13 Member+

    Mar 23, 2005
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    oh i know. sadly i know.

    im still incredibly sad yedlin didnt go to roma rather than spurs.
     
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