Loan report- Lipman and Jeffrey score in Boreham Wood victory

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Austin Lipman and Anthony Jeffrey both played the first 70 minutes and found the net during Boreham Wood’s 5-0 victory over Dorchester Town. Jeffrey found the net from close range, whilst Lipman scored a superb free-kick from 25 yards out. Lipman could have scored within three minutes, but was denied by the goalkeeper, whilst Jeffrey also came close to scoring again on two occasions before both players were withdrawn with 20 minutes remaining.

Francis Coquelin played the final 20 minutes as Freiburg beat Eintracht Braunschweig 2-0 in a friendly, whilst Johan Djourou missed out with a muscular problem as Hamburg drew 0-0 with Vitesse Arnhem.

Joel Campbell played the whole game as Olympiacos drew 0-0 with Atromitos.

Hector Bellerin played the first 55 minutes before being substituted as Watford lost 1-0 to Reading at Vicarage Road. Damian Martinez watched from the bench as Sheffield Wednesday recorded an impressive 6-0 victory over Leeds United.

Chuks Aneke came close to scoring on several occasions, but the midfielder couldn’t prevent Crewe Alexandra from losing 4-2 to Rotherham United.

Wellington came on as a 65th minute substitute as Murcia drew 2-2 with Real Madrid Castilla, whilst Josh Vickers played the entirety of Canvey Island’s 3-2 win over Wealdstone.

Illness denied Chuba Akpom the opportunity to make his debut for Brentford yesterday, with his loan side drawing 1-1 with Bristol City, whilst Ignasi Miquel wasn’t involved at all as Leicester City thrashed Derby County 4-1 on Friday night.

 

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2 thoughts on “Loan report- Lipman and Jeffrey score in Boreham Wood victory

    Frank said:
    January 13, 2014 at 3:01 pm

    Jeorge you really are doing a wonderful job. Keep it up

    atid said:
    January 13, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    off topic, but is the rumour about coquelin returning hold any substance?, if so could he yet be the replacement for sagna should he move on?

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