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York City want to keep McEvoy

9:00 am
York City want to keep McEvoy

York City want to make the loan move of Tottenham Hotspur youngster Kenneth McEvoy permanent. The 21-year-old (22 next September) has only played two games during his one-month loan spell. The pacey Irish Under-21 winger is wanted for the remaining four months of the season to try and help York City avoid relegation from the Football League. 

Currently, they sit bottom of League Two and McEvoy has only managed 177 minutes for them. He played 90 minutes against Accrington Stanley on November 28, on the left sided midfield attacker, then 56 minutes on December 12 against Bristol Rovers away on the right of the three. He followed that up on December 19 with a 13-minute substitute appearance on the left of their attacking three against Morecambe.

He was on the bench for the trip to Mansfield Town and came on after 64 minutes against Yeovil on Saturday ahead of the end on his loan spell today. York City chief Jackie McNamara told the YorK Press he wants McEvoy until the end of the season.


“We’re hoping to make Kenny McEvoy’s move permanent. He’s been out of the team for the last two or three games because of the form of others, but we changed things around in the second half (at Yeovil) and he brought an injection of pace. 
“I think that’s crucial at this level and, every time he gets on the ball, he puts a good cross into the box as well. 

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    York City want to keep McEvoy York City want to keep McEvoy Reviewed by THBlogNews on 9:00 am Rating: 5

    Tottenham send youngster out on loan

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    Irish mifielder, 21-year-old (22 next September) Kenneth McEvoy has loin former Tottenham striker Teddy Sheringham at Stevenage for the next month. It gives them a chance to have a look at him and then decide if they want to negotiate to extend the loan until January, as in frequent in these cases.

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    Tottenham send youngster out on loan Tottenham send youngster out on loan Reviewed by THBlogNews on 10:00 am Rating: 5

    McEvoy to go on loan again

    1:30 pm
    Kenneth McEvoy had a loan spell at Peterborough United and now he is set to go out on loan again to a League One side, another United, this time Colchester United.

    McEvoy to go on loan again


    He is in fact already training with Colchester and a deal has now been agreed between the two clubs revealed manager Tony Holmes to BBC Radio Essex.

    "He's training here, and we're just waiting for the final clearance. It sometimes happens with these sorts of deals."

    The only thing holding up an announcement he is joining them until the end of the season is the paperwork. At Peterborough the right sided midfielder played eight games and was recalled to Tottenham in November with the club feeling he wasn't getting enough football. It is down to the individual player to force his way into the team and prove he is worth a place during these loan spells not up to the club taking him on loan to guarantee him starts. It introduces players to the reality of football and what it will take to succeed.

    After he scored his goal against MK Dons he wasn't in the squad for the next two games, then he was an unused sub, then not in the squad, then an unused sub for a further two games before getting 71 minutes as a centre forward. He was again an unused sub and then came on for 4 minutes, 8 minutes and 12 minutes in the next three games. He was an unused sub for the next two games again before getting 15 minutes. He was also an unused sub in the third round of the FA Cup and not in the squad for the Football League Trophy.

    McEvoy is a 20-year-old Ireland Under 21 international who scored 1 goal, against MK Dons, in his 7 league games for Peterborough. He also played a League Cup tie against Portsmouth of League Two and has played a Premier League Under 21 league game while back at Tottenham.




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