Football League World’s Brentford fan pundit Josh Koffman says he approves of the club’s decision to send versatile winger Emiliano Marcondes out on loan to FC Mitdjylland.
He made the move to Griffin Park back in the January transfer window on a free deal but has failed to make an impression on Thomas Frank since, and Koffman believes that this move will do him the world of good.
“I think it was the best outcome for all three parties,” the regular punter told Football League World.
“Marcondes can go away to Denmark, a league that he knows well, improve his game and regain a bit of confidence for when he returns.
“It’s clear that he’s out of Frank’s plans for the time being and the only way for him to get into his rhythm and regain his confidence is by playing matches.
“He has the ability to do well at Brentford. At Midtjylland, he needs to decide where his best position is; he has to hold down a regular place in the starting XI and regain his confidence. Otherwise, when he returns, his days are numbered at West London.”
Marcondes has been in and around the first-team this season, making four appearances in the Championship including the full 90 minutes of clashes with Middlesrbough and Charlton Athletic.
But the club and player have clearly come to an agreement that a sixth-month loan back to his native Denmark will do him a world of good.
Before arriving in West London, Marcondes had scored 38 goals in 120 appearances for FC Nordsjaelland but is yet to net for the Bees in 31 matches.
Last weekend saw Brentford pick-up an impressive 3-0 win against Derby County as they look to enter the Championship promotion picture.