Loanee's Round Up - 10/9/11
Feature by Dan Buxton
Updated Monday, 12th September 2011
How the Potters loanees got on this weekend
Started as Sheffield Wednesday won 3-1 at home to MK Dons, only coming off in injury time to waste some time.
Wednesday fans have said it wasn't a great game for the winger and 'it is clear he is still getting back upto speed' after his horrific double leg break but also that 'it is clear he will be a class player in years to come'.
Came on as a 64th minute sub during Accringtons 1-1 draw at Gillingham.
Was unable to have much of an impact in the final third as his team looked to hold onto a 1-0 lead but Moult gave away a penalty with minutes to go that allowed the Gill's to equalise and deny his side two points.
Played the whole game as Ipswich lost 2-0 away at Blackpool.
Was the Tractor Boys Man of the Match, despite only signing 23 hours before KO and not being able to train with his new teammates before the game.
Ipswich manager Paul Jewell had this to say on Collins ''He couldn’t even train with us yesterday (Friday), because of paperwork, bureaucracy and red tape.
“We couldn’t get clearance until 4pm yesterday afternoon, so I think it just shows you how well he did, even without training with the team.
“I think Danny has come in today and been terrific,” added Jewell.
With regards Collins’ potential long-term future, and the possibility of extending his stay beyond January, Jewell continued: “I think we are looking at it as a loan to start with.
“But if he does as well as he has done today, then we will certainly be interested.”