Simpson: I Wouldn't Have Changed a Thing
Sunday, 23rd Jan 2022 19:52
Recalled striker Tyreece Simpson says he wouldn’t have changed a thing about his loan spell with Swindon, which the Blues brought to a premature end earlier today.
The 19-year-old was due to remain with the Robins for the rest of the season but will now return to Town.
Simpson netted 11 goals in 28 starts and two sub appearances having moved to the County Ground in August.
“Sadly, my time at this great club has come to an end,” he wrote on Instagram. “This has been one of the hardest goodbyes. I have met some amazing people who brought the best out of me on and off the field.
“This is not how it planned out to be but this is football, I guess. I would like to thank all players and staff for believing in me and most importantly progressing my game further.
“I wouldn’t have changed anything in the last six months here, I’ve had a great time which has made my first loan something to remember!
“Finally, a big shoutout to the fans also for sticking by me and making me feel more than welcome and I wish you and the club the best for the future! STFC will always have a place in my heart, Until next time…”
After his success in League Two, it would be little surprise if Town have received loan interest in Simpson from sides in League One.
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|LegendofthePhoenix added 19:57 - Jan 23|
Those are some very warm words from Tyreece, and no doubt he has endeared himself to the staff and fans at Swindon. But ITFC are a completely different level form Swindon, and if Kieran McKenna sees Tyreece as part of the second half of the season at Town, Tyreece is gonna see his career take another huge leap forward. I can't wait to see this lad get his chance in blue.
|Cakeman added 20:02 - Jan 23|
Our club must have good reasons for bringing Tyreece back at this time but I just hope if he is staying with us that he gets a run of games.
He has done remarkably well at Swindon so hopefully his progress can continue with us.
If he doesn’t get game time with us or another club then I’m sorry but I don’t see why his spell at Swindon should end now.
|OwainG1992 added 20:55 - Jan 23|
If he is coming back then I imagine Jackson or maybe even Piggot is being allowed to move on?
Bonne is our #1 choice.
Norwood and Chaplin are terrific options.
I'd like to see Simpson next in line.
Loan out Pigs.
Get him firing the goals again.
|ArnieM added 20:56 - Jan 23|
Welcome home Tyreece. It’s an exciting time to be at Town now, and maybe it’s your opportunity to transfer your Swindon form to the Blue short of Ipswich…. COYBs 👍
|Karlosfandangal added 21:18 - Jan 23|
Are Town looking to use Simpson next season, if Norwood and Jackson leave at the end of their contracts, so getting him use to being in and around the first team.
Will we get Bonne next season and will Pigott want to stay if not playing regularly
|blueboy1981 added 21:43 - Jan 23|
Has someone come in for Norwood ???
|blueboy1981 added 21:45 - Jan 23|
Maybe Jackson going in the other direction ???
|blueboy1981 added 21:50 - Jan 23|
Something is afoot - whatever, Norwood is a ‘must have’ in this Team of ours. No one of his ability at the Club, or his style of play, to replace him.
A rare commodity out there ……. !!!!
|JaySwitch added 00:22 - Jan 24|
Being loaned to Colchester..
|Monkey_Blue added 07:50 - Jan 24|
At 31 ( 32 start of next season) and with a patchy fitness record and some questionable off field antics I doubt we’d turn down half decent money for Norwood, especially as he’s one of the biggest earners, but I suspect it’s more likely Jackson is on his way who won’t be on small wages for this level either. Simpson would definitely give us a different option, especially if we need to bully opposition Centre Backs. I don’t get the idea we’d cancel this loan to loan him to a league one side. Seems to be risking him being on the bench.
|Ipswichbusiness added 09:33 - Jan 24|
Monkey_Blue; both Norwood and Jackson are out of contract at the end of the season so they can leave for free then. We won’t get “half decent money” for them. Whether anyone wants to take them on is another matter (I suspect that they will have to settle for rather lower wages).
|Hiltzkooler added 11:58 - Jan 24|
When Norwood was waiting to come on on Saturday, in true comedy fashion (maybe not!!) he limbered up like a boxer....he got stuck in, got clacked within 30 seconds then was ruffling feathers thereafter....after some of the antics we have seen at Portman Road from opposing sides, gamesmanship, sh!thousery etc and have lost or given away winning positions I welcome players who know how to mix it up....seeing TS playing for Swindon you can see he has learnt so much, in terms of how to use his strength and attributes....a League One club will take him for the rest of the season no doubt....well done to the lad for his football and conduct....he clearly has thrown himself into the loan at Swindon, all credit to him
|dirtydingusmagee added 13:31 - Jan 24|
Obviously very happy there and had been doing well, hope he dosnt get the smelly end of the stick back with us now. He wont be too chuffed being a bench warmer. Be interesting to hear what the reason is behind this.
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