Loanee Round Up - 6/3/10-8/3/10

By Dan Buxton
Last updated : 10 March 2010

Ibrahima Sonko

Wasn't included in the squad for Hull's game

Ryan Shotton

Played the full 90 minutes a Barnsley were thrashed 6-1 by Newcastle. The game was 0-0 until the 43rd minute when the Tykes had their keeper sent off.

Had a poor game though and was rated just 3 out of 10 by the TykesMAD report, the centre back being blamed for the second and fifth strikes.

Carl Dickinson

Played the full 90 minutes a Barnsley were thrashed 6-1 by Newcastle. The game was 0-0 until the 43rd minute when the Tykes had their keeper sent off.

Dicko was at fault for the dismissal of the keeper as he tried to dribble the ball out of the danger zone, only to be dispossessed, and the resulting through ball saw Lovenkrands put through, dive over the keeper, and get the keeper sent off.

The left back was rated at just 2 out of 10 by TykesMAD's match report, with this summary 'I’m still wondering who the impostor was at left back on Saturday because I’m sure it wasn’t Carl Dickinson! Had an absolute shocker, contributing to three of the goals. We know he’s MUCH better than this'

Michael Tonge

Played the first eighty minutes as Derby defeated Watford by two goals to nil.

Tonge broke the deadlock, with his first goal in two and a half years, when he smashed an effort into the top corner from 35 yards. He pulled all the strings for the Rams before being withdrawn with a thigh strain.

Tom Soares

Came off the bench in the 82nd minute to help Sheffield Wednesday see out a 2-0 home win over Leicester

Andy Griffin

Played the full 90 minutes as the Royals were defeated 4-2 by Aston Villa.

The Royals led 2-0 at half time but their Wembley dreams were shattered in the second half thanks to a hat trick by John Carew. Griffin was left exposed and outnumbered on the right wing for a couple of goals as the Reading right winger went missing.

Ben Marshall

Came off the bench on 37 minutes with the score 0-0 and couldn't help to break the deadlock as the game ended goalless, but did get rated 7/10 by the CarlisleMAD report.

Used his pace well but needs to improve his final ball according to the comments on the CarlisleMAD message board.

Danzelle St.Louis-Hamilton

Played the whole game for Worcester City and made numerous top saves before being beaten by an injury time penalty to condemn Worcester to a 1-0 defeat at home to Hampton & Richmond Borough.

The official Worcester report had this to say 'Credit goes to St Louis-Hamilton, who stood firm in the City goal and without his bravery; City would have conceded many more'

Diego Arismendi

Was suspended for Brighton's game against Colchester on Monday night

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