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Republic of Ireland fans should be excited by young strikers, Troy Parrott claims

Troy Parrott is confident the Republic of Ireland’s pool of emerging strikers herald an exciting new era for the nation. The 19-year-old Tottenham frontman marked his fifth senior cap with his first international goals, a double in Thursday night’s 4-1 comeback victory in Andorra as Stephen Kenny’s faith in a new generation of players paid dividends.
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Troy Parrott double helps Republic of Ireland earn first win under Stephen Kenny

Troy Parrott’s first international goals spared the Republic of Ireland’s blushes as they came from behind in Andorra to finally hand manager Stephen Kenny victory at the 12th attempt. The 19-year-old Tottenham striker cancelled out Marc Vales’ shock 52nd-minute opener with a sweet strike and then powered home a header...
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Tottenham striker Troy Parrott 'over the moon' after Ireland brace

Tottenham striker Troy Parrott was delighted with his two goals for the Republic of Ireland in their win against Andorra. It was Parrott's fifth appearance for the senior team, the same stage at which record goalscorer Robbie Keane claimed the first of his 68 for his country, although Parrott was not allowing himself to be carried away by the comparison.

Stephen Kenny tips Troy Parrott for bright future after goals in Andorra victory

Stephen Kenny has backed Troy Parrott to have a bright future for the Republic of Ireland after the teenager scored twice to help secure his first win as manager. Ireland were staring further humiliation in the face when the 19-year-old Tottenham striker scored twice – his first senior international goals – inside three minutes to haul them back from a 1-0 deficit in Andorra and rekindle memories of his exploits at under-21 level.

Troy Parrott sends message after goal, Foyth future and Skipp surgery: Tottenham loan latest

Many of Tottenham Hotspur's young loan players have seen their seasons come to an end this week for one reason or another. Fifteen of the club's young players were sent off to spend the campaign away from Tottenham's nest as the club looked to develop their ability and get the youngsters experience in senior football at clubs across England, Scotland, Germany and Spain and even across the Atlantic in the USA.
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Andy Reid questions whether Troy Parrott will make it at Spurs

Former Tottenham attacker Andy Reid has questioned whether Troy Parrott will make it at the club. Parrott is currently on-loan with Ipswich Town. Reid told the Sunday World: "When I first went over to England with Nottingham Forest, it was generally a lot of British and Irish lads in the English teams," recalls Reid, who enjoyed a career that also included spells with Tottenham, Charlton and Sunderland.

Troy Parrott and Ipswich can offer one another a much needed boost

It's not been the easiest 14 months for Tottenham striker Troy Parrott since Jose Mourinho's arrival in north London. The highly-rated teenager - capped at international level by the Republic of Ireland before he'd made his Premier League debut - was restricted to just six minutes of top flight football by the Portuguese boss during the 2019/20 season, despite the long-term injuries suffered by Harry Kane and Son Heung-min.
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Tottenham striker Troy Parrott to cut loan spell at Millwall short to join Ipswich Town for remainder of the season as Irishman searches for regular first-team minutes

Troy Parrott is poised to join Ipswich on loan for the rest of the season after Tottenham cut short his temporary spell at Millwall. Exciting Irish striker Parrott, 18, joined Millwall for the season in August. But Spurs recalled Parrott as they wanted him to continue developing as a frontman...