Loanee Round Up - 27/3/10

Last updated : 30 March 2010 By Dan Buxton

Steve Simonsen

Played the full game as Sheffield United lost 1-0 at home to Scunthorpe.

The goal he conceded saw the ball fall to an unmarked Hayes who slid it under Simo but he made a handful of crucial saves to keep the Blades in the game, including one fantastic, athletic effort with twenty minutes left

Ibrahima Sonko

Played the full game as he was recalled to the Hull side after being put in exile by Phil Brown. Played well and earnt praise from the Hull fans and journalists after helping Hull to a crucial 2-0 win.

Ryan Shotton

Played the full 90 minutes a Barnsley lost 1-0 at home to Doncaster. Played ok and was solid in defence and his long throws caused problems in the opposition box but a third defeat in a row could explain why his form is believed to have slightly dropped off as the team struggles. Did pick up another booking late on aswell.

Talk around Oakwell is that a deal has been agreed for a permanent move for Carl Dickinson in the summer and that Ryan Shotton is willing to return to Barnsley next term, whether it be on loan or on a permanent deal.

Carl Dickinson

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

Michael Tonge 

Played the whole game as Derby beat Leicester 1-0 in the East Midlands derby.

Had a quiet game as chances were few and far between in a typically scrappy derby match, with both sides giving plenty of blood, thunder and crunching tackles but that didn't help Tonge's attempts to stamp his mark on the game.

Tom Soares

Started for Sheffield Wednesday and played ok, causing problems on his flank, but without the killer ball at the end of the move. Was subbed on 74 minutes with the score at 1-0 but an equaliser shortly after pegged Wednesday back

Andy Griffin

Played at left back in the Reading side and had another good, solid game as the Royals drew 1-1 at home to West Brom, although he did pick up a booking.

Reading were pushed back for long periods and the defender had to stand firm to make sure his side gained a vital point against a team flying at the minute and looking set to return to the top flight. Reading have picked up remarkably since Griffin arrived and are now sure to stay up this season after a season of struggle.

Ben Marshall

Had no game as he was cup tied for the Johnstone Paints Trophy final

Danzelle St.Louis-Hamilton

Was ruled out of Worcester City's game with an ankle injury

Diego Arismendi

Was injured and missed Brighton's game but is back in training and should be back playing soon.