Loan report- Vickers impresses, whilst Wellington receives run-out


In the Bundesliga, Johan Djourou played the whole game but couldn’t prevent Hamburg from suffering a 2-0 defeat to Werder Bremen. Francis Coquelin is expected to be involved when Freiburg face Hertha Berlin later today.

Ben Hoskins/Getty Images Europe

Ben Hoskins/Getty Images Europe

Goalkeeper Josh Vickers made several impressive saves but was unable to keep a clean sheet as Canvey Island lost 1-0 away to Dulwich Hamlet.

Joel Campbell made his Champions League debut in midweek after he came on during Olympiacos’ heavy loss to PSG. The Costa Rican could be restored to the starting line-up for this evening’s league game against Panaitolikos.

Wellington came on for the final 12 minutes as a substitute during Real Murcia’s goalless draw with Eibar.

Ignasi Miquel was an un-used substitute as Leicester City drew 2-2 with Blackpool in the Championship, whilst Chuks Aneke also remained on the bench throughout Crewe Alexandra’s 1-1 draw with Oldham.

 

4 comments

  1. Lets be honest..if these players cannot command a regular place in these teams ,then they will not make it at AFC……cut the long term cost and sell them!

  2. What is the point of Miquel being at Leicester?
    How many appearances had he made for them?
    Has he started a game yet?
    I’m not having a go at him, but questioning the decision to let him join Leicester?!!!

    1. No point of having him in the U21 either. He needs to prove himself, something he has not done in the first team. I don’t think he will make it. Bartley and Djuroue was both a lot better than him and they couldn’t make it all the way. Though djuroue was quite good I think.

      There are 3 parts to be agreed. The player, club and the other club. All said yes for the move. He thought he could play for them, the manager thought so too and Arsenal thought so.

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