Loanee Round Up - 28/11/09-30/11/09

By Dan Buxton
Last updated : 30 November 2009

Ben Marshall

Didn't have a game as Cheltenham had already been knocked out of the FA Cup

Nathaniel Wedderburn

Was an unused substitute as Hereford lost 1-0 in an FA Cup 2nd round tie

Danzelle St.Louis-Hamilton

Played as relegation threatened Vauxhall Motors lost 4-0 away at Quorn

Richard Cresswell

Failed a fitness test and so missed the Blades dramatic 3-2 win over Bristol City

Ibrahima Sonko

Was left out of the matchday 18 as Hull drew 1-1 with Manchester City

Michael Tonge

Plays on Monday night in Preston's televised trip to Blackpool

Andrew Davies

Played the ninety minutes as a dramatic late goal fest ensured the Blades ended Bristol City's 19 game unbeaten home run. Davies was at fault for the first goal as he was beaten in the air to a floated free kick but was otherwise solid.

Carl Dickinson

Played the fifty eight minutes of the Tykes trip to Plymouth before the game was abandoned with the Yorkshire side 4-1 up due to a waterlogged pitch. The full back was praised as was the whole side before the players were hauled off.

Ryan Shotton

Played the fifty eight minutes of the Tykes trip to Plymouth before the game was abandoned with the Yorkshire side 4-1 up due to a waterlogged pitch. centre back was praised as was the whole side before the players were hauled off. Shotton opened up his Tykes account when he headed home, off the post, from a corner to put his side 4-1 up after less than half an hour.

Tom Soares

Made his debut when he came on late on in Wednesday's 4-0 home defeat to West Brom and in the words of an Owls supporter 'didn't really do anything'

David Kitson

Netted twice as Middlesbrough drew 2-2 with Peterborough. Was described by one Boro fan as 'the one bright thing to come out of the match'. His first goal was a snap shot from 20 yards whilst his second was an impressive header at the far post that he had no right to win.

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