Manchester United loanee watch - March 23-25
Oliver Norwood (Coventry City)He does it again, scoring in consecutive games for Coventry City helping them win 2-0, which takes his tally to two during his loan spell helping Coventry approach mid table status. He scored the equalizer against Cardiff ...
Oliver Norwood (Coventry City)
He does it again, scoring in consecutive games for Coventry City helping them win 2-0, which takes his tally to two during his loan spell helping Coventry approach mid table status. He scored the equalizer against Cardiff City in the midweek, now he sealed a curial three points against Portsmouth.
If he keeps up with these performances, he could make himself another contender for a spot in Manchester.
The difference between Norwood and all the other midfielders currently on loan or coming through the ranks, is that Norwood can and does score from midfield – a welcoming quality in a midfielder.
Joshua King (Hull City)
Another chance came later in the half from a cross, but was blocked by Republic of Ireland international- St. Ledger. He didn’t get any chances in the second half and was subbed off in the 79th minute.
Robbie Brady (Hull City)
He came on in the 58th minute for Tom Cairney and almost made an instant impact with a shot from a cross into the box from Andy Dawson, but was cleared off the line by former Hull City loanee Lee Peltier.
Nothing came for Brady after this, as it was an awful performance by Hull City, who played nearly more then 30 minutes with an extra man.
Reece Brown (Oldham Athletic)
He retained his place in the starting 11, and completed all 90 minutes but picked up a knock to his ankle and has a 50/50 chance to start in the midweek.
Oldham collected the 3 points and kept another clean sheet. Brown didn’t have much to do in the 1-0 victory against Bournemouth.
Tomas Kuszczak (Watford)
Started again in goal for Watford, but this time he conceded; the first time in three games. He was left with no chance with the goal by Ipswich striker Jay Emmanuel-Thomas in the 18th minute.
After that chance, nothing really troubled Tomas, but he pulled off several good saves including a free kick that forced him into a plunging dive to keep it out.
John Cofie (Royal Antwerp)
Scored in the second minute for Belgian side Royal Antwerp, in his first start in a month. He was also one goal away being joint top scorer for Antwerp in a good all around performance by Cofie, but his team lost 3-2 in an awesome and exciting thriller.
Kiko Macheda (QPR) and Scott Wootton (Nottingham Forrest)
With Campbell out injured, it may give Kiko the chance to make the bench and produce some magic to help QPR out of relegation.
Written by Tyler Dunne
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