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Town Confirm El Mizouni's Loan Move to Grimsby
Friday, 29th Jan 2021 14:06

Town have confirmed midfielder Idris El Mizouni’s move on loan to League Two Grimsby for the rest of the season where he will be reunited with former Blues boss Paul Hurst.

Hurst and his Town assistant Chris Doig took charge for the second time at Blundell Park at the end of last month where they aer yet to win a game, having suffered three defeats while picking up two draws.

El Mizouni returned from his second loan spell with Cambridge United earlier in the month at his own request having had limited opportunities with the U’s.

Since his return to Town, the 20-year-old has been unable to break into the first team but last week scored an injury time winner for the U23s as they won 1-0 at Millwall.

As reported earlier in the week, the Tunisia international, who is out of contract at the end of the season but with the Blues having an option for a further season, is interesting Championship Brentford, who have been keeping tabs on him for a number of months with a view towards a potential summer move.

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Portman_Pie added 14:16 - Jan 29
I can see for pure footballing reasons - he may want to go play there - but it's a serious question as to who the worst manager to turn out for is...?

I feel sorry for him being answerable to either of the complete charlatan's at Ipswich or Grimsby...


RobITFC added 14:30 - Jan 29
Why was his time ended at Cambridge early to now go to 2nd from bottom Grimsby with the joy of working with Hurst ?

blues1 added 15:43 - Jan 29
Robitfc. Where have you been the last couple of weeks? He was recalled from cambridge bcse he wasnt getting any game time, sittingvimin the bench week in week out, at most getting around 14 minutes in games. Would guess he'll get more game time at Grimsby

Linkboy13 added 17:56 - Jan 29
Yes blues 1 apparently his attitude at Cambridge was not good. You don't get anywhere in professional football without hard work he's got the ability so he must buckle down and stop thinking he's a big time Charlie.

istanblue added 18:14 - Jan 29
Should be playing for us.

budgieplucker added 19:37 - Jan 29
Very talented youngster, exciting to watch but think rumours about his attitude off the mark.

Was rated by Bonner at Cambridge but they were playing so well with their formation El Miz struggled to get in and when played was on the wing in a 4-4-2 which didn’t really suit.

All our younger players like McGavin, Dobra need to go on loan and consolidate a first team place in a Div 2 side. We won’t win anything with youngsters coming into the first team from the academy, they need battle hardening as per of their football education. Of course now and again we might just get an exceptional youngster like the Tedster who can make an immediate and consistent impact at a higher level.

Hurst rated him, this will be a good challenge for him so go and rip it up there Idris a real chance to show you can influence a game strongly at this level rather than a few nice cameo appearances.

Tractor_Boy_in_HK added 03:17 - Jan 30
Love it - can't get a game in League Two but still some posters think he should be starting for us... Bonkers!

dirtydingusmagee added 11:27 - Jan 30
hat will be fun Miz,

dirtydingusmagee added 11:28 - Jan 30
That will be fun Miz ,

Linkboy13 added 11:45 - Jan 30
Yes Tractor boy in HK There's even people on here who think Cotter should be in the first team he struggled at Chelmsford. You have to earn the right to get selected for the first team can't see much to get excited about at the moment apart from young Baggott. Donacian has obviously fallen out Lambert but will do well at another club in this league.

stiffy501 added 15:04 - Jan 30
An attacking minded midfield player with a goal in him, wish we had one lol

Linkboy13 added 15:39 - Jan 31
Been reading the report on the Grimsby game not one mention of El Mizouni. Donacian apparently had another good game for Fleetwood .. Don't think he's got a future at Ipswich with the present manager in charge but has proved when on loan at Accrington and Fleetwood he's good enough for this league. Dispite all the hype El Mizouni needs to up his game if he's got a career in professional football.

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