Loanee Round Up - 6/2/10

By Dan Buxton
Last updated : 08 February 2010

Ibrahima Sonko

Wasn't included in the Hull squad for their game against Manchester City

Ryan Shotton

Was sent off late on as the Tykes, given a straight red card as he tried to help the Tykes to see out a narrow victory

Carl Dickinson

Played the full game as Barnsley defeated Watford 1-0 at Oakwell. Had to hold out for the final quarter of an hour with just ten men after fellow Potters loanee Shotton was sent off.

Michael Tonge

Played the full ninety minutes as Derby succumbed to an injury time goal to draw 1-1 at Bramall Lane. He played off the lone striker Rob Hulse and was, ' the most dangerous player on the field' and 'something the Rams needed'.

He had an eight yard effort saved before a delightful cross to the back post created another clear opportunity in the second half.

Tom Soares

Played on the right wing for the Owls as they were defeated by Nottingham Forest, before being substituted after 67 minutes.

The winger had a difficult game as Wednesday's recent good run came to a crushing halt, with a poor performance making it difficult for the winger to make an impression on the game.

Andy Griffin

Played the full 90 minutes as the Royals beat Doncaster 2-1 in the televised Saturday evening game.

Reading took a two goal lead, built on a steady defence but Griffin used all his experience and defensive skills to help see out the game after fellow defender Mills was sent off and the hosts scored the resulting penalty

Ben Marshall

Came on for his debut as a sub for the last 12 minutes of Carlisle's away trip to Huddersfield. He immediately scored the equaliser and showed 'great promise' for the Cumbrians.

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