Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123
Results 101 to 142 of 142

Thread: Hesketh and Flannigan join Burton Albion on loan

  1. #101

    Default

    Strange really because the Palace game before he was MOTM

  2. #102

    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    Location
    Winchester
    Posts
    3,265

    Default

    He looked good in glimpses last season.... although I recall him having a shocker in one of his few matches and getting hauled off at half time.

    Encouraged that Ralph is going to take a look.

  3. #103

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Bexy View Post
    The only time I ever saw Hesketh play was against Beer Sheva, and he looked hopelessly out of his depth.

    It wouldn't surprise me if Ralph were to give him a run out to have a look at him, but I'm not sure he has a future at Saints TBH.
    The rest of the team looked hopelessly out of their depth that night too though.

  4. Default

    Burton missing Hesketh it would seem...

  5. #105

    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Posts
    11,280
    Blog Entries
    1

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by trousers View Post
    Burton missing Hesketh it would seem...
    Burton missing full stop. The (wagon) wheels have come off for Burton.

  6. #106

    Default

    Football dead


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  7. Default

    Glad that it wasn't 10-0

  8. Default

    An act of bullying by Man City tonight. Just because you CAN beat them up, doesn't mean you should.
    I hope Jake plays second leg, and scores 7 himself.

  9. #109

    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    gutter
    Posts
    13,942

    Default

    of course man city should go for it. there we're 30,000 paying customers

  10. #110

    Join Date
    Aug 2015
    Posts
    301
    Blog Entries
    1

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by the saint in winchester View Post
    An act of bullying by Man City tonight. Just because you CAN beat them up, doesn't mean you should.
    I hope Jake plays second leg, and scores 7 himself.
    What is this crap?

  11. Default

    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.d...th-2406541.amp

    Hesketh would need to rejoin Burton to play in the second leg. Both Jakes are back with Saints after their loans expired with Hesketh’s recovery from injury being monitored by Burton

  12. #112

    Default

    Good on Pep playing a strong side and putting them to the sword. The man wants to win. Bit complacent saying they are in the final though.

  13. #113

    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Location
    Was NI now Shropshire..!
    Posts
    7,747

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    Good on Pep playing a strong side and putting them to the sword. The man wants to win. Bit complacent saying they are in the final though.

  14. Default

    What Nigel Clough said about Burton Albion's ongoing interest in Southampton's Jake Hesketh:

    Burton Albion are continuing to stay in touch with Southampton over former loanee Jake Hesketh.

    The 22-year-old scored three goals in 23 appearances for Albion in the first half of the season, including the winning strike in their Carabao Cup quarter-final win at Middlesbrough in December.

    Talks had begun over extending Hesketh's loan spell for the rest of the campaign when he suffered a hamstring injury in the Boxing Day victory over Wycombe Wanderers - and he returned to Southampton for his recovery.

    Hesketh and Saints teammate Jake Flannigan's loan deals at the Pirelli Stadium expired on January 2.

    "We have heard how he's getting on, I don't think much has changed in terms of that," said Nigel Clough.

    "Obviously we'd take Jake back if the terms were right.

    "I think he is about fit now.

    "We've been keeping in touch and we'll see what happens."

    Albion have signed Josh Clarke on loan from Brentford and Colin Daniel on a permanent contract from Peterborough United so far this month.

    Clough has confirmed they are looking to bring another loan player in before the end of the transfer window on Thursday, if they can do the right deal.
    Source: https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/bur...ampton-2487013

  15. Default

    09:53


    HESKETH TO MK
    Southampton’s young midfielder Jake Hesketh is heading on loan to MK Dons for the rest of the season, Sky Sports News understands.
    The 22-year-old returned to St Mary’s earlier this month after spending the first half of the season at Burton Albion, scoring three goals in 23 appearances.

  16. Default

    Bit unfair on the lad, recalling him when he had that big match vs Man City, to then send him out elsewhere. Not sure quite what that achieved.

  17. #117

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by angelman View Post
    Bit unfair on the lad, recalling him when he had that big match vs Man City, to then send him out elsewhere. Not sure quite what that achieved.
    Especially when it is another division down

  18. #118

    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    In the doghouse...again
    Posts
    2,568

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by angelman View Post
    Bit unfair on the lad, recalling him when he had that big match vs Man City, to then send him out elsewhere. Not sure quite what that achieved.
    He returned as he was injured. Doubtless RH then wanted to take a look at him.

  19. Default

    Quote Originally Posted by the saint in winchester View Post
    09:53


    HESKETH TO MK
    Southampton’s young midfielder Jake Hesketh is heading on loan to MK Dons for the rest of the season, Sky Sports News understands.
    The 22-year-old returned to St Mary’s earlier this month after spending the first half of the season at Burton Albion, scoring three goals in 23 appearances.
    Unusual move. Maybe MK Dons paid a little more.

    As stevy777_x said, they are a league down as well (but towards the top of the table). Tisdale is a really good coach though.

    I'm half expecting Sims to go out as well today.

  20. Default

    To be fair he's another lad we should just let go, he needs to forge his career elsewhere. It won't be here.

  21. #121

    Default

    Was hoping he might get some minutes with us after the successful loan spell at Burton.
    Probably time for him to move on full time in the summer if he isn't considered worth a look before the summer re-haul.
    Maybe he's going to the next Ben Reeves at MK Dons

  22. Default

    @SouthamptonFC: #SaintsFC's Jake Hesketh has completed a loan move to #MKDons for the remainder of the season
    https://southamptonfc.com/news/2019-...r-deadline-day

  23. #123

    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    Blackfield, Southampton
    Posts
    1,194

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    @SouthamptonFC: #SaintsFC's Jake Hesketh has completed a loan move to #MKDons for the remainder of the season
    https://southamptonfc.com/news/2019-...r-deadline-day
    Good luck to Jake. Danny Butterfield will obviously know all about him.

  24. Default

    Nigel Clough on what Southampton wanted for Jake Hesketh to return to Burton Albion on loan

    Nigel Clough says Burton Albion were unable to get Jake Hesketh back on the same loan deal from Southampton as they had for the first half of the season.

    The 22-year-old midfielder - who scored three goals in 23 appearances for Albion - joined League Two side MK Dons on loan on transfer deadline day.

    Burton had been keen to get Hesketh back for the remainder of the campaign, and discussions had begun about extending his stay at the end of last year, before he sustained a hamstring injury.

    He returned to St Mary's at the end of his initial loan spell on January 2 - and when the Brewers looked into getting him back, Clough says the Saints wanted different financial terms.

    "We said all along that we'd like to keep Jake Hesketh on the same deal," said the Burton boss.

    "Southampton wanted something different and wanted a bit of money for him, and unfortunately for Jake, he has ended up stepping down to League Two.

    "I'd have thought that, having had such a good first half of the season in League One, Southampton would've wanted him to at least stay at this level.

    "We just thought the benefit that Southampton and Jake were getting from him being with us wasn't worth a little bit of finances that Southampton were asking for.

    "When you think they get 150m in the Premier League, a few quid for a young player isn't going to make too much difference for them.

    "Jake has done brilliantly, we move onto the next one. It just means that Marcus Harness has now flourished, he's come in to the fray, and we've got Will Miller, we've Joe Sbarra, all those.

    "So it'll be our young players instead of somebody else's."

    Despite missing out on Hesketh this time, Albion will continue to monitor the 22-year-old's progress at MK Dons ahead of next season.

    "Of course, we'll see how he does at MK Dons and then we'll see the situation," added Clough.

    "He's under contract for at least another year, I think, so it'll be dependent on what they do.

    "It was brilliant for them in the first place, letting him out to us, and we'd have loved to have kept him on those same terms."
    Source: https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/bur...k-dons-2508201

  25. #125

    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    In the doghouse...again
    Posts
    2,568

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    Nigel Clough on what Southampton wanted for Jake Hesketh to return to Burton Albion on loan



    Source: https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/bur...k-dons-2508201
    That's disappointing and doesn't cover us in glory. Dropping into league 2 is a retrograde step for Hesketh and won't help him develop. I don't see him as a premier league player but he's certainly not a league 2 player.

  26. Default

    Quote Originally Posted by egg View Post
    That's disappointing and doesn't cover us in glory. Dropping into league 2 is a retrograde step for Hesketh and won't help him develop. I don't see him as a premier league player but he's certainly not a league 2 player.
    I agree. Certainly an unusual move.

    Devils advocate: MK Dons are a bigger club & going for promotion though - Tisdale a good manager too.

  27. #127

    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    In the doghouse...again
    Posts
    2,568

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    I agree. Certainly an unusual move.

    Devils advocate: MK Dons are a bigger club & going for promotion though - Tisdale a good manager too.
    Fair point, and he's better off playing some competitive football rather than u23 football.

  28. #128

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    Nigel Clough on what Southampton wanted for Jake Hesketh to return to Burton Albion on loan



    Source: https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/bur...k-dons-2508201
    Sounds like we really are looking for cash wherever we can find it. Sad that it might be at the expense of a young players development. Call me foolish, but I'm still holding out hope for him and Sims.

  29. Default

    Slightly contradictory statements from Clough there perhaps?

    On one hand he says its a shame that they couldn't get Hesketh back but on the other hand he says its good that they didn't because it's allowed their player(s) to flourish instead.

    Perhaps if he had had enough faith in his own squad resources in the first place he wouldn't have needed a loanee....

  30. #130

    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    Location
    Meon Valley
    Posts
    2,244

    Default

    Bolton is the place he should have gone to, he proved he could do it against championship teams in the league cup.

    They were playing Gary O'neil in his position when they were on sky for gods sake!

  31. #131

    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    In the doghouse...again
    Posts
    2,568

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Saint IQ View Post
    Bolton is the place he should have gone to, he proved he could do it against championship teams in the league cup.

    They were playing Gary O'neil in his position when they were on sky for gods sake!
    Did they want him?

  32. #132

    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Posts
    11,280
    Blog Entries
    1

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Neef View Post
    Sounds like we really are looking for cash wherever we can find it. Sad that it might be at the expense of a young players development. Call me foolish, but I'm still holding out hope for him and Sims.
    Seems reasonable to me getting money for his services, difference between mid League One and top League Two is not that great and working with Tisdale, Oakley and Butters is probably a lot better than Cloughie.

  33. Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Saint IQ View Post
    Bolton is the place he should have gone to, he proved he could do it against championship teams in the league cup.

    They were playing Gary O'neil in his position when they were on sky for gods sake!
    I assume if we wanted a % of wages paid & a loan fee, then that would likely rule Bolton out.

  34. #134

    Default

    About time we sold this bloke. Clearly not going to make it at High level.

  35. #135

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by trousers View Post
    Slightly contradictory statements from Clough there perhaps?

    On one hand he says its a shame that they couldn't get Hesketh back but on the other hand he says its good that they didn't because it's allowed their player(s) to flourish instead.

    Perhaps if he had had enough faith in his own squad resources in the first place he wouldn't have needed a loanee....
    Oh please. It's plain what he's saying. Are you being deliberate in that assertion or should I now just put you in the 'Heisenberg' category? I'm not even going to discuss that comment further.

  36. #136

    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    Location
    Meon Valley
    Posts
    2,244

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    I assume if we wanted a % of wages paid & a loan fee, then that would likely rule Bolton out.
    It's pathetic that we did. Nigel Clough is spot on but experience in a struggling Champ side would far outweigh going to a struggling league one side whereas between Mk dons and Burton there's less difference and Mk Dons will dominate more games.

    Not in any way saying Bolton wanted him but just thought it would be a good fit for all concerned

  37. Default

    Damned odd we've loaned him a league below where he was doing fine.

    You might start to think the owner's just trying to get his money's worth out of us (selling whomever we can spare for as much as possible / no replacements incoming )

  38. Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouth View Post
    Oh please. It's plain what he's saying. Are you being deliberate in that assertion or should I now just put you in the 'Heisenberg' category? I'm not even going to discuss that comment further.
    Are you suggesting 'Glasgow' has been rubbing off on me? Last time that happened was in a lovely hotel in Milan...

  39. Default

    Maybe Clough shouldn't have been such a ****** towards us when he was a Sheff Utd (when they beat us in the cup).

  40. #140

    Default

    Sounds like Saints just wanted him off the wage bill.
    Hope he can sort himself out a good permanent move in the summer.


  41. Default

    Scored against Carlisle.

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •