Loanee Round Up: 7/11/09-9/11/09

By Dan Buxton
Last updated : 10 November 2009

Ibrahima Sonko

Was ineligible as Hull beat the Potters at the KC Stadium

Richard Cresswell

Was ruled out again as he was unable to recover from broken ribs in time for the game

Danzelle St.Louis-Hamilton

Played the 90 minutes as Vauxhall Motors lost 2-1 at home to Droylsden in the BlueSQ North. Motors are second from bottom of the division but the keeper is still widely regarded as their player of the season and responsible for them not being adrift at the bottom of the league.

Andrew Davies

Played the full game as the Blades drew 2-2 at Oakwell against Barnsley. Played alongside former Potter Jonathon Fortune at the centre of defence but was unable to stop the two goals the Blades conceded.

Was outclassed by fellow Potters loanee Ryan Shotton at the other end, was at fault for the second goal and comments on BladesMAD have him down as a 'liability', 'joke', 'laughable' and 'a poor mans Morgan'.

Ryan Shotton

Shotton played the 90 minutes at centre back as the Tykes drew 2-2 with Sheffield United in front if the Sky cameras. Another faultless display saw more plaudits given to the defender.

A Barnsley fansite put the following 'the excellent Ryan Shotton moved in wards, to make forwards look embarrassingly bad there instead. It’s incredible really, that we’ve managed to concede three goals in two games without me having a bad word for any of our stoppers, but I don’t.'

Carl Dickinson

Dickinson played the 90 minutes at left back as the Tykes drew 2-2 with Sheffield United in front if the Sky cameras. 'Dicko' got beaten for the second goal, the winger cut inside him before being fouled by the Barnsley winger. The ref awarded a penalty but apart from that he had a solid game, without too much instance.

A Barnsley fansite put the following 'It’s incredible really, that we’ve managed to concede three goals in two games without me having a bad word for any of our stoppers, but I don’t.'

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