Loanee Round Up 11/9/10

Last updated : 12 September 2010 By Dan Buxton

Louis Moult

Came on after 63 minutes with Bradford 1-0 up away at Stockport, but couldn't help his side hang on as County equalised.

City were under heavy pressure when Moult was introduced and ten minutes later the equaliser went in. That just saw Stockport pressurise City even more and so this left Moult out if the game as his side were unable to get the ball upto him on the halfway line.

Ibrahima Sonko

Played the whole game for Portsmouth as they drew 0-0 with Ipswich, the first clena sheet of the season for Pompey. He had his best game for the club and looked a decent defender by all accounts.

Comments on the PompeyMAD forum basically said that although he still punts its aimlessly upfield, he seemed to have learnt from mistakes and a few even questioned whether this was the same player.

Carl Dickinson

Played the whole game for Portsmouth as they drew 0-0 with Ipswich, the first clean sheet of the season for Pompey. Had a bad game and the Pompey fans seem to be losing patience with the full back.

On the PompeyMAD forum one asked 'does he have a brain?', whilst the general view is that he looks good going forward, but can't defend, even though his fitness has improved since he joined the club. A few also said he looks well out of his depth and looks League One standard at best.

Ben Marshall

Was a late sub as Carlisle won 1-0 at Sheffield Wednesday.

Marshall was introduced on 89 minutes to run down the clock and was there to help defend the slender lead through four minutes of injury time that saw numerous Wednesday corners and crosses cleared by Carlisle.

Diego Arismendi

Started for Barnsley in their away trip to Norwich, and played the full game, but saw a 1-0 half time lead turn into a 2-1 defeat at full time.

The Tykes fans were disappointed with the team as a whole and it was said that Arismendi's midfield partner dropped too deep, inviting play onto them and also seeing Barnsley players getting in each others way.

Arismendi got a 5 in one report, but so did the rest of the team.