Loan report- Toral assists for Rangers; Bielik impresses again for Birmingham


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Jon Toral played the whole game and set up a goal for Clint Hill in Rangers’ 4-0 thrashing of Hamilton Academical.

Krystian Bielik played the full 90 minutes and impressed as part of a back three as Birmingham City drew 0-0 with Newcastle United.

Wojciech Szczesny played the whole game as Roma beat Sassuolo 3-1.

Dan Crowley played the full match as Go Ahead Eagles lost 3-1 to PEC Zwolle.

Kelechi Nwakali played 90 minutes in MVV Maastricht’s 1-1 draw with Telstar. Stefan O’Connor was an un-used substitute.

Marc Bola played the whole game and was booked late on as Notts County beat Barnet 1-0.

Matt Macey played the entirety of Luton Town’s 1-1 draw with Exeter City.

Takuma Asano was introduced in the 71st minute of Stuttgart’s 1-0 loss to Greuther Furth.

Chuba Akpom was brought on in the 74th minute as Brighton & Hove Albion lost 2-0 to Leeds United.

Jack Wilshere came on in the 75th minute as Bournemouth beat Swansea City 2-0.

Ismael Bennacer played 72 minutes as Tours ran out 4-0 victors against Valenciennes.

Gedion Zelalem came on in the 72nd minute as VVV-Venlo lost 5-2 to Dordrecht.

Kaylen Hinds was brought on in the 67th minute of Stevenage’s 3-0 win over Portsmouth.

Tafari Moore played the whole game as Utrecht II beat Eindhoven 3-1.

Calum Chambers missed out through injury as Middlesbrough lost 3-1 to Manchester United.

Joel Campbell wasn’t involved as Sporting Lisbon beat Nacional 2-0.

Julio Plegueuzelo wasn’t in the Mallorca squad for the 2-1 loss against Huesca.

Aaron Eyoma wasn’t involved as Volendam drew 1-1 with Cambuur.

 

 

 

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5 comments

  1. we arsenal fans we cnt wait let us say the thrut wenger we trust u bt get more money n buy player also pay them well we lv u

    1. The surprise for me is that Brighton took him in the first place, and we chose them as hios destination. Really should have got him a move to a club where he would be first choice, even if it was to League 1. Another flop loan spell for Akpom – surely the last of his Arsenal career.

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