Loanee round up - 27/11/10

Last updated : 03 December 2010 By Dan Buxton

Louis Moult

Bradford didn't have a game after losing in the 1st round of the FA Cup

Ben Marshall

Played the full game as Carlisle won 3-2 against Tamworth in the FA Cup.

The attacker had another positive display, proving a thorn in the side throughout, and got himself in a number of dangerous positions but a combination of poor final passes to him, shots that narrowly missed the target and good saves from the keeper denied him on more than half a dozen occasions.

Marshall did set up three or four clear cut chances for teammates and one was taken, in the 86th minute, as Zoko headed in a Marshall cross to equalise before a late winner.

Diego Arismendi

Was recalled to the starting line up for Barnsley goalless draw with Watford, and played the full 90 minutes.

He had a fantastic performance, his recent dropping believed to have given him a 'kick up the backside' by some on TykesMAD, as he controlled the midfield and allowed Barnsley to dominate the game. 

Ibrahima Sonko

Was an unused sub in Pompeys win at Swansea

Carl Dickinson

Was suspended for Portsmouth game with Swansea

Danny Pugh

Started for Preston in their 0-0 draw with Millwall, before being subbed off with 7 minutes remaining.

Pugh is obviously still getting match fitness as he strolled through the game without making any real impression on the match before with early departure.

Michael Tonge

Played the full 90 minutes as Preston drew 0-0 with Millwall.

After a promising start, where he beat his man before crossing to Parkin, the ex-Potter striking the post with his effort, he went very quiet and was thankful after putting MILLWALL striker Morison in on goal after 15 minutes. the Scottish striker unable to capitalise and missing his chance to open the scoring.

Matthew Lund

Made his Hereford debut as a 61st minute sub in the 2-2 FA Cup draw with Lincoln.

Lund was making his professional debut and did well without doing anything particuarly spectacular, retaining possession well and spreading the ball, making sure he didn't make any major mistakes