Loan report – Matt Smith provides assist; McGuinness features in Ipswich win

Matt Smith set up a goal and played the full game as Swindon Town beat Bristol Rovers 1-0.

Zech Medley played the whole game and Trae Coyle was brought on in the 86th minute as Gillingham drew 1-1 with Charlton Athletic. Former Arsenal academy player Chuks Aneke scored for Charlton.

Matteo Guendouzi played the full game as Hertha Berlin lost 5-2 to Borussia Dortmund.

Mark McGuinness played the entirety of Ipswich Town’s 2-1 win versus Shrewsbury Town. Deyan Iliev was an unused substitute for Shrewbsury.

Tolaji Bola played the full game as Rochdale lost 1-0 to AFC Wimbledon.

James Olayinka played the whole of Southend United’s 1-0 win versus Walsall.

Ben Sheaf played 68 minutes and was booked as Coventry City drew 0-0 with Birmingham City.

Daniel Ballard was an unused substitute as Blackpool beat Peterborough United 2-1.

Tom Smith was an unused substitute as Dover Athletic lost 2-0 to King’s Lynn Town.

Zak Swanson wasn’t involved as MVV Maastricht drew 3-3 with PSV II.

Harry Clarke missed out through injury as Oldham Athletic beat Exeter 2-1.

Tyreece John-Jules wasn’t fit enough to feature as Doncaster Rovers drew 1-1 with Sunderland.

Likewise, Konstantinos Mavropanos wasn’t fit enough for involvement in Stuttgart’s 3-3 draw with Hoffenheim.

Lucas Torreira missed Atletico Madrid’s game against Barcelona after testing positive for coronavirus.

Jordi Osei-Tutu didn’t feature because of injury as Cardiff City drew 1-1 with Millwall.


  1. Thanks for the post Jeorge, seems as if Swanson isn’t progressing at all at Maastricht and even if living abroad isn’t a bad thing character building wise, I wonder if Arsenal might consider recalling him in January and loaning him elsewhere?

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