Loan report- Campbell hits impressive goal, Bendtner receives Juventus minutes

Joel Campbell scored his first goal for Real Betis as they beat Deportivo La Coruna 3-2. The Costa Rican scored a stunning strike after being afforded a rare start and will now be hoping to hold down a regular place in the side.

Ryo is not expected to have recovered from injury in time to take to the field for Wigan against Newcastle tonight.

Benik Afobe came off the bench for the final 18 minutes as Bolton lost to Ipswich in the Championship, whilst Emmanuel Frimpong was an un-used substitute as Charlton drew with Millwall.

Conor Henderson was not involved again for Coventry, whilst Craig Eastmond played 70 minutes and was booked as Colchester were thrashed by MK Dons. Chuks Aneke hit a couple of shots over the bar and played the whole game as Crewe dispatched of Crawley.

Daniel Boateng was again left out by Oxford, with Philip Roberts coming on for the final minute as Inverness earned a replay in the Scottish Cup as a late goal ensured a 3-3 draw with Ross County. Contrary to some reports, Roberts did not score the significant late goal, with that honour instead going to Richie Foran.

Denilson wasn’t involved for Sao Paulo, whilst Nicklas Bendtner was introduced at the start of the second half as Juventus beat Torino. The Danish striker directed a header straight at the opposition goalkeeper.

Ju-Young Park was a late introduction as Celta Vigo drew with Levante.

In the Spanish second division, neither Wellington nor Samuel Galindo made it onto the pitch for their respective loan clubs.



  1. Wellington’s career is an absolute train wreck by the looks of things. Quite amazing how things have gone from such a high to such a low.

  2. Campbell should be playing for arsenal this season along with ryo, eisfield and gnabry. I believe they are all technically brilliant than wenger’s supposed striker, gervinho(he will never be a HENRY or r?p, never) and others (chamackh, etc)….. They (campbell and ryo) are not benefiting from their respective loan deals, and should be given a chance to play for the club they signed for.

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