Loanee Round Up - 10/4/10

Last updated : 12 April 2010 By Dan Buxton

Steve Simonsen

Played the full game as Sheffield United beat Coventry 1-0 at Bramall Lane.

The BladesMAD report had this brief report on him 'Simonsen 7/10 – Had relatively little to do. Indeed I cannot remember anything significant other than fielding a couple of tame shots or crosses. He has been one of our better loan signings and certainly improved the goalkeeping position. We could do with keeping him for the run in (loan runs out Thursday); certainly for the Derby next week at least before Paddy comes back maybe for the final couple of games.'

Ibrahima Sonko

Played the whole game as Hull lost 4-1 at home to Burnley. The defender may not have been directly at fault for any of the goals but he didn't have the best of games and the defeat may shed more doubt over his Hull career

Ryan Shotton

Returned from suspension for Barnsley's 0-0 draw with Derby. The game was a real bore draw with neither side getting into a rhythm and just a single chance in the game when Shotton stepped aside for the keeper to clear but the ball was smashed straight to a striker who chipped the ball towards goal. Only a last ditch slide by Potter diverted the ball wide. It was a typical end of season clash but the Tykes now know they cannot be relegated.

Carl Dickinson

Missed the game with the knee injury that looks certain to end his season

Michael Tonge 

Played the full game as Derby drew 0-0 away at Barnsley.

Had a good game as he tried in vain to spark the game into life. Crosses were delivered wih accuracy and skill but the strikers couldn't finish the chances off.

Swung in corners and free kicks but the game was slow and played between two sides who were without anything at stake.

Tom Soares

Played the full 90 minutes for Sheffield Wednesday as they lost 1-0 away at Middlesbrough.

Wednesday are in the bottom three and played like a team at the bottom as they struggled to force any real openings and get into goalscoring opportunities. Spares never got going and didn't really have any impact on the game but that could be said for every one of the Wednesday players

Andy Griffin

Played at left back in the Reading side and had a solid game as the Royals kept alive their play off hopes when they drew 0-0 away Cardiff.

Reading were in control of possession for long spells and the Bluebirds were reduced to just four shots, with only one on target, as the Reading defence were strong and were able to keep the Welsh side away from their goal.

Ben Marshall

Played the full game as Carlisle beat Brighton 2-1. Had a decent game without excelling.

Played better when he drifted in off the wing rather than hug the touchline as the game lacked much football and was played mainly with long balls through the middle

Danzelle St.Louis-Hamilton

Was ruled out of Worcester City's game at home to Lewes with an ankle injury

Diego Arismendi

Was an unused sub as Brighton lost 2-1 to Carlisle