Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience.
 
The 2010/11 campaign is no different and eight young Gunners have already linked up with their loan clubs.

Arsenal.com will be tracking their progress throughout the season. Our 'Arsenal's Loanees' page provides an overview of all the relevant players and below is the latest instalment of our regular 'Loan Watch' feature, which brings you brief reports from their latest fixtures.

Player Profile - Sanchez Watt

Leeds United

Sanchez Watt
Ipswich Town 1-2 Leeds United
Saturday, October 2
Sanchez Watt came on as a 74th-minute substitute and set up an equalising goal for Robert Snodgrass before Leeds eventually went on to lose 2-1 away to Ipswich. Jason Scotland put Ipswich ahead after 19 minutes when he rounded Shane Higgs and tapped into the empty net. Watt then replaced former Gunner Neil Kilkenny with 16 minutes remaining and helped get the Yorkshire side back on level terms three minutes later. Watt latched onto Davide Somma's through ball on left and squared for Snodgrass who was left with the easiest of finishes to bring Leeds level. Tommy Smith won the game with just seven minutes left when he found himself unmarked from a Carlos Edwards' cross and headed home. The defeat drops Leeds to tenth in the Championship with 14 points from ten games.

Player Profile - Pedro Botelho

FC Cartagena

Pedro Botelho
Tenerife 1-1 Cartagena
Saturday, October 2
Pedro Botelho played the full 90 minutes but Cartagena could only draw 1-1 with bottom side Tenerife on Sunday. Nino put Cartagena behind after 67 minutes but just a minute later a José Verdú Nicolás' penalty earned Botelho's side a point. Cartagena are now 12th in the Spanish Segunda Division with seven points from six games.

Player Profile - Nacer Barazite

Vitesse Arnhem

Nacer Barazite
Vitesse Arnham 0-0 Willem II
Friday, October 1
Nacer Barazite played 87 minutes before being substituted in Vitesse Arnham's 0-0 draw with Willem II on Friday. Neither side could find the winner at the Gelredome and the draw leaves Vitesse 14th in the Eredivise with eight points from eight games.

Player Profile - Francis Coquelin

Lorient

Francis Coquelin
Bordeaux 1-0 Lorient
Saturday, October 2
Francis Coquelin came on as an 88th-minute substitute as Lorient lost 1-0 away to Bordeaux on Saturday. Mickaël Ciani scored the winner after 26 minutes to leave Lorient 16th in Ligue 1 with eight points from eight games.

Player Profile - Kyle Bartley

Sheffield United

Kyle Bartley
Sheffield United 0-1 Watford
Saturday, October 2
Kyle Bartley didn't feature as Sheffield United suffered a 1-0 home defeat to Watford on Saturday. Bartley is recovering from the fractured cheekbone he suffered in the draw with Nottingham Forest last week. In his absence Marvin Sordell scored the decisive Watford goal when he tapped home Danny Graham's cross after 16 minutes. The defeat leaves Gary Speed's side 19th in the Championship with 11 points from ten games.

Player Profile - Luke Freeman

Yeovil Town

Luke Freeman
Walsall 0-1 Yeovil Town
Saturday, October 2
Luke Freeman was an unused substitute as Yeovil won 1-0 away at League One's bottom side Walsall on Saturday. Adam Virgo headed home Gavin Williams' free-kick after 70 minutes to settle the match and move Terry Skiverton's side out of the relegation zone. They now have 11 points from ten games and sit 19th in the table.

Player Profile - Armand Traore

Juventus

Armand Traore
Inter Milan 0-0 Juventus
Sunday, October 3

Armand Traore didn't feature as Juventus recorded an impressive 0-0 draw away to Inter Milan on Sunday evening. Juve are now seventh in Serie A with eight points from six games.

Player Profile - Samuel Galindo

UD Salamanca

Samuel Galindo
Villarreal II 0-1 Salamanca
Saturday, October 2

Samuel Galindo didn't feature as Salamanca won 1-0 away at Villarreal II on Saturday. Marcos Márquez Lebrero scored the winner from the penalty spot with just three minutes remaining to move Salamanca up to fourth in the Spanish Segunda Division with 14 points from six matches - just a point behind league leaders Real Betis.

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