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Take away my eyes Take away my ears Take it all away from me Take away my arms Take away my knees You can blame it all on me Take away my heart Take away my soul Take it all away from me Take away my dreams Take away my goals You can blame it all on me I’m a mess and I will always be Do you want to stick around and see me drown? Fuck, I’m about to lose it all I’m a drunk and I will always be Beggin baby take my hand before I fall back down Fuck, I’m about to lose it all Oh baby, won’t you come back for me? (Back for me) Oh baby, won’t you come back for me? (Back for me) Take away my shirt Take away my shoes Take it all away from me Take away my guilt Take away my shame You can blame it all on me Take away my love Take away my hate Take it all away from me Take away my fears Take away my faith You can blame it all on me I’m a mess and I will always be Do you want to stick around and see me drown? Fuck, I’m about to lose it all I’m a drunk and I will always be Beggin baby take my hand before I fall back down Fuck, I’m about to lose it all Oh baby, won’t you come back for me? (Back for me) Oh baby, won’t you come back for me? (Back for me) I’m a mess and I will always be Do you want to stick around and see me drown? Fuck, I’m about to lose it all I’m a drunk and I will always be Beggin baby take my hand before I fall back down Fuck, I’m about to lose it all Oh baby, won’t you come back for me? (Back for me) Oh baby, won’t you come back for me? (Back for me) Oh baby, won’t you come back for me? (Back for me) Oh baby, won’t you come back?
Tottenham have some talented young players out on loan at the moment across the Football League and Europe In the recent past players who the club loaned out from Tottenham were doing so because they were unlikely to have a future in Mauricio Pochettino’s plans However, that has changed in recent seasons with more young players getting a chance to develop at other clubs while Spurs keep a close eye on their progress The January transfer window ended with another couple of players on the fringes of the first team heading out to other clubs Here’s how all of Spurs’ loan players got on at the weekend and how they’re doing so far at their new clubs: Kazaiah Sterling With Spurs’ failure to move on Vincent Janssen on deadline day and his subsequent return to first team training, young striker Kazaiah Sterling was sent out on loan to get first team football at promotion-chasing Sunderland in League One The 20-year-old got 30 minutes under his belt after coming off the bench in the 1-0 win against AFC Wimbledon The Black Cats boss Jack Ross said after the game: “To Kaz’s credit he travelled up late on Thursday night and arrived early hours Friday He wanted to be with us first thing Friday and he only met the players on Friday “I don’t even know if he knows everyone’s names in the team! He is a nice young man It is very different to what he has been playing in, it will help us through and get him some decent game time will help him too ” The Chronicle said that Sterling “made a promising start on his debut” in their ratings, while the Sunderland Echo said of his contribution in their player ratings: “Exactly what was expected Raw but quick and very aggressive, pressing relentlessly and trying to make runs into space ” One Sunderland fan told football.london : “I thought he was good given he’s been here one full day and coming on part way through the game – was going after every ball and made some good runs was unlucky to be offside or he was in on goal He’s not short of confidence at all.” Marcus Edwards The 20-year-old midfielder won plaudits at the weekend for a man of the match performance on Sunday as Excelsior Rotterdam beat Feyenoord 2-1 Marcus Edwards has made 10 starts and two substitute appearances in the Eredivisie for the Dutch side this season, scoring once and laying on one assist, and this was one of his best displays of his loan His dribbling ability was on full show in a game where Excelsior didn’t see too much of the ball He won five free-kicks and came to close to scoring himself, but mostly importantly – especially if he still has hopes of breaking into Pochettino’s plans on his return – his defensive work was praised Josh Onomah Pochettino told football.london last month that he was considering recalling Josh Onomah from his Sheffield Wednesday loan In the end the decision was made to keep him at the Championship club and on Saturday the 21-year-old midfielder made his return to action from an injury which has kept him out for around a month He came off the bench with 25 minutes to go in the 1-0 win at Ipswich Town. The Sheffield Star said of his performance: “Opened up his body to bring Forestieri and Joao into play as he worked on the left Put in a shift defensively too as Ipswich pushed for an equaliser.” That win was Steve Bruce’s first in charge and the experienced manager’s arrival is good news for Onomah Bruce is a big fan of his after their campaign together at Aston Villa last season He has made eight starts so far, with four substitute appearances, and has bagged three assists He will get more game time under Bruce. Cameron Carter-Vickers The 21-year-old defender has been getting more starts in recent weeks, due to injuries in the Swansea squad Cameron Carter-Vickers now had eight Championship starts this season, with six subsitute appearances Despite the 1-0 defeat to Bristol City on Saturday, Wales Online marked Carter-Vickers out as one of the team’s star performers “He didn’t really put a foot wrong in the first half and made some fine last ditch tackles late on to spare his side a real beating,” said their player ratings There was talk of the USA international returning during the January window to be sent out somewhere else, as he did last season in moving from Sheffield United to Ipswich, however he know looks settled at Swansea and a full season in Wales could do him the world of good in his development Anthony Georgiou The 21-year-old Cypriot international left winger will be looking to get his first taste of senior league football after making the loan switch to Levante on transfer deadline day Anthony Georgiou made his debut for Spurs last season in the Champions League at Apoel Nicosia It is unclear at the moment whether the winger will be a part of the first team or B team squad He did not appear in either squad at the weekend as he sorts out his move to Spain Connor Ogilvie Often forgotten among the more lauded names in Tottenham’s academy, Connor Ogilvie has been quietly going about carving out his own career in the Football League The 22-year-old left-back extended his loan with Gillingham until the end of the season and he’s been a near ever-present for the League One side since November, appearing 15 times as well as playing in the FA Cup and Checkatrade Trophy On Saturday he played 88 minutes as the Gill’s drew 1-1 at Coventry. Ogilvie’s contract ends this summer and he’s likely to move on, but he should be able to pick up a new club in the English game with little problem Samuel Shashoua Another young Spurs midfielder who made his way to Spain for first team experience The 19-year-old attacking midfielder is making the most of his experience in the Spanish third division with Atlético Baleares Shashoua started 20 matches and scored four goals and weighed in with two assists On Sunday he played the full game in a 0-0 draw at Sabadell. The talented teenager has another year left on his contract when he returns and it will be interesting to see where he ends up next Keep up to date with the latest Tottenham Hotspur news, features and exclusives from football london via our free WhatsApp service. 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