Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. With the 2013/14 campaign now underway, 13 Gunners are currently away from the Club.

Chuks Aneke Crewe Alexandra
Chuks Aneke
Port Vale 1-3 Crewe
Saturday, February 22
Chuks Aneke continued his impressive season with a goal in Crewe's victory at Port Vale. Aneke stroked home a penalty after Mathias Pogba had opened the scoring in the first half. Brad Inman extended the lead further before Tom Pope pulled a goal back.

Johan Djourou Hamburg
Johan Djourou

Hamburg 3-0 Borussia Dortmund
Saturday, February 22
Johan Djourou played the whole match as Hamburg secured a crucial victory in their battle to stay in the Bundesliga. Petr Jiracek opened the scoring just before half-time, and Pierre-Michel Lasogga doubled the lead after 58 minutes. Hakan Calhanoglu's outrageous third, a 45-yard free-kick and goal of the season contender, wrapped up the scoring in stoppage time. 

Joel Campbell Olympiacos
Joel Campbell

OFI 0-4 Olympiacos
Saturday, February 22
Joel Campbell played a full 90 minutes in Olympiacos' victory at OFI. Paulo Machado gave the champions the lead before a Marko Scepovic hat-trick, the first of which was created by Campbell, completed another comfortable win. 

Francis Coquelin Freiburg
Francis Coquelin

Freiburg 2-4 Augsburg
Saturday, February 22
Francis Coquelin made a 10-minute cameo as Freiburg dropped into the Bundesliga relegation zone after this home defeat. Tobias Werner gave Augsburg the lead but Jonathan Schmid and Admir Mehmedi strikes either side of the break swung the game back the hosts' way. Paul Verhaegh levelled and late Halil Altintop and Andre Hahn strikes made sure of victory for Augsburg. 

Ju Young Park Watford
Ju Young Park

Bolton 2-0 Watford
Saturday, February 22
Ju Young Park started and completed an hour of action in Watford's defeat at Reebok Stadium. Lukas Jutkiewicz opened the scoring after 35 minutes and strike partner Joe Mason completed the scoring in first-half stoppage time. 

Wellington Silva Real Murcia
Wellington Silva

Real Murcia 0-0 Eibar
Sunday, February 23
Wellington Silva was a substitute in Real Murcia's stalemate with league leaders Eibar. The forward replaced Ivan Moreno after 58 minutes but could not inspire the hosts to victory. 



Igansi Miquel Leicester City
Ignasi Miquel

Leicester 3-0 Ipswich
Saturday, February 22
Ignasi Miquel played no part in Leicester's convincing home victory. Jamie Vardy and David Nugent set the hosts on their way before Chris Wood secured the three points. Nigel Pearson's side are now eight points clear at the top of the Championship. 

Damian Martinez Sheffield Wednesday
Damian Martinez, Benik Afobe

Huddersfield 0-2 Sheffield Wednesday
Saturday, February 22
Damian Martinez and Benik Afobe watched from the sidelines as Sheffield Wednesday triumphed in this Yorkshire derby. Jeremy Helan put the visitors in front before Jacques Maghoma doubled the advantage after the break. 



Chuba Akpom Coventry City
Chuba Akpom

Tranmere 3-1 Coventry
Saturday, February 22
Chuba Akpom missed Coventry's defeat at Tranmere after featuring for Arsenal in their FA Youth Cup win at Charlton. Ryan Lowe gave Tranmere the lead at Prenton Park, an advantage that was added to by James Wallace and Jake Kirby. QPR loanee Michael Petrasso netted a consolation for the Sky Blues late on. 

Daniel Boateng Hibernian
Daniel Boateng

Kilmarnock 1-1 Hibernian
Saturday, February 22
Daniel Boateng was an unused substitute in this score draw. Rory McKenzie opened the scoring for the hosts but Danny Haynes ensured a share of the spoils 10 minutes after the break. 


Austin Lipman Boreham Wood
Austin Lipman
Bromley 2-1 Boreham Wood
Saturday, February 22
Austin Lipman did not feature in Boreham Wood's loss at Bromley. Bradley Goldberg and Pierre Joseph-Dubois netted in quick succession to put the home side in control, though Luke Garrard did pull a goal back in the second half.

Josh Vickers Canvey Island
Josh Vickers

Grays Athletic 1-4 Canvey Island
Saturday, February 22
Josh Vickers played no part in this impressive away victory after featuring for Arsenal in the FA Youth Cup on Friday. Ruddock Yala gave the hosts the lead but Canvey rallied through goals from Nick Humphrey, Harrison Chatting, John Sands and Mike Jones. 

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