Troy Parrott bids farewell to MK Dons following play-off defeat to Wycombe
Troy Parrott's loan spell with MK Dons is over.
Troy Parrott released a farewell statement thanking MK Dons for his time at the club following a 2-1 aggregate defeat to Wycombe Wanderers in the play-off semi-final.
The Republic of Ireland international scored the only goal in the second leg, however, it was not enough to overturn the 2-0 deficit from the first leg.
Parrott's goalscoring accolades.
The Tottenham Hotspur loanee has been a delight to watch in 2022 for the League One side.
Parrott scored his 10th goal of the season for MK Dons in the second leg at the Stadium MK. The 20-year-old has operated off both flanks for the Dons this season.
Parrott has excelled on international duty with Ireland this year by scoring a last-minute winner against Lithuania in March at the Aviva Stadium.
Overall, Parrott returns to Spurs in a promising position, with the possibility of being involved with the first team or going out on loan to the Championship.
GAME ON!!! 🔥
It's a MASSIVE goal for MK Dons... can they level the tie? 👀 pic.twitter.com/GL9skGE2t9
— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) May 8, 2022
Parrott's MK Dons farewell statement.
Parrott's statement, posted to Instagram, reads: “My time at MK Dons has come to an end, gutted we couldn’t get over the line in the play offs but I guess that’s football."
“Can’t thank everyone involved at MK enough for this season especially the fans who stuck behind me and the team for the whole season and also the coaching staff and background staff who have helped me so much over the year making me a better player but also a better person.
“I’ll miss the players who made it enjoyable everyday and have made some friends for life. Everyone around the club has made it a special year for me and I’m so grateful for that. Will always have a place in my heart for MK dons and all the people involved in the club.”
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