Loanee Round Up - 1/5/10-2/5/10

Last updated : 10 May 2010 By Dan Buxton

Ibrahima Sonko

Was not in the matchday squad as Hull were relegated to the Championship after drawing 2-2 with Wigan

Ryan Shotton

Recalled to the first team and had a pretty solid game at centre back on his last appearance before returning to Stoke.

Did nearly cost his side a goal though when his slip allowed Roman Bednar the chance to run at goal but the striker missed the opportunity and let the centre back off the hook.

Carl Dickinson

Played the whole game on his last game for Barnsley before returning to the Britannia, for now at least, and had a solid game. Didn't do anything fantastic on first start since two months out with a knee injury but was steady and nothing got past him as an injury time goal allowed West Brom to peg the Tykes back for a 1-1 draw at the Hawthorns.

Michael Tonge 

Played the full game as Derby won 2-0 at home to play off hopefuls Cardiff City.

Tonge had a quiet game, with little to show as he was tightly marked out of the game, obviously pinpointed as the Rams dangerman.

The damage was done elsewhere though and he will now return to the Potters where his future remains up in the air with a season long loan back to Derby on the cards.

Tom Soares

Came on as a sub for Sheffield Wednesday in their vital game against Crystal Palace. He was lively and was involved in some key moments.

The game ended 2-2 and therefore the Owls were relegated but Soares put in a couple of good crosses, missed a couple of chances, including a one on one chance when a fantastic recovery tackle took the ball away from him late on, before he sat a bit deeper and spread the play from the centre of midfield as Wednesday piled everyone forward.

Andy Griffin

Had a decent game as Reading won 4-1 at home to Preston.

Was solid at the back for the majority of the game but a mistake from Griffin allowed Wallace the chance to score. Griffin gifted the ball to the Preston man and with the full back as the last man back he was forced to chase the winger. He couldn't catch Wallace but the Lilywhites man skied his shot well over the bar.

Ben Marshall

Played the first sixty eight minutes as Carlisle drew 1-1 at home to Walsall in the final home game of the season.

Marshall gave his all and was always back helping his defence whilst also being in the final third when Carlisle went forward.

Was subbed off with twenty two minutes left and received a warm reception from fhe home crowd after another good performance on the left wing from the promising teenager.

He has certainly made an impression at Carlisle. On a thread on Carlisle MAD about who to sign during the summer, EVERY poster said that they should go all out to sign him next season.

Diego Arismendi

Was sent off moments before half time after being involved in a scuffle with MK Dons Alex Rae. Brighton manager Gus Poyet has deemed the card harsh and has said he may well appeal against it.