Loan report-Hayden scores amidst talk of permanent departure


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Yorkshire Post

Isaac Hayden scored his first senior goal as Hull City thrashed Charlton Athletic 6-0. The defensive-midfielder played the whole game and was impressive throughout, with Hull manager Steve Bruce remarking afterwards that he would like to sign the youngster on a permanent basisChuba Akpom, meanwhile, was an un-used substitute.

Jon Toral played 88 minutes and had an effort tipped onto the crossbar as Birmingham City beat Derby County 3-0.

Wellington also played 88 minutes and sent a shot over the crossbar as Bolton Wanderers lost 3-0 to Nottingham Forest.

Gedion Zelalem was introduced as a substitute in the 68th minute as Rangers beat Livingston 4-1.

Carl Jenkinson entered the fray as a substitute in the 75th minute as West Ham United lost 2-1 to Newcastle United.

Wojciech Szczesny played the entire game as Roma drew 1-1 with Hellas Verona.

Emiliano Martinez was an un-used substitute as Wolverhampton Wanderers lost 3-1 to Cardiff City.

Ainsley Maitland-Niles was an un-used substitute as Ipswich Town drew 1-1 with Preston North End.

Serge Gnabry was, of course, not included in the West Bromwich Albion squad for the 3-0 defeat to Southampton.

Yaya Sanogo wasn’t involved as Ajax beat ADO Den Haag 1-0.

 

 

2 comments

  1. Bruce trying to get Isaac permanent by promising gametime. He’s playing somekind of take or leave stuff with him, get permanent and play or stay on loan and sit on the bench. Don’t like it at all, i think Isaac should try to find another loan before window shuts down. I hope Isaac is staying with us ’cause he’s gonna make it here. Don’t give Bruce any more loans ’cause he’s a snake.

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