Loan watch: Norton-Cuffy in Championship win

Norton Cuffy

Six of our Gunners were in loan action over the weekend and you can see how they fared in Loan Watch.

Brooke Norton-Cuffy made his debut and played 68 minutes of Millwall’s 1-0 win at home to Stoke City on Saturday, before being replaced by Aidomo Emakhu.

Kevin Nisbet’s first-half strike was enough to separate the sides and push Millwall up to 11th in the Championship.

Elsewhere in the division, Charlie Patino played 71 minutes of Swansea City’s 2-1 defeat away to Preston North End on Saturday.

Michael Duff’s side are still looking for their first win in the league. Patino got the assist as Harrison Ashby opened the scoring for the visitors, but Preston came from behind courtesy of goals from Andrew Hughes and Duane Holmes.

In League One, Derby County are eighth following Saturday’s 4-2 win away to Peterborough United, which Tyreece John-Jules came on in the 81st minute of for his debut.

Jonson Clarke-Harris put the Posh in front in the 23rd minute, but a Martyn Waghorn hat-trick and a goal from Eiran Cashin saw the Rams go 4-1 up. Kwame Poku netted a late consolation for the hosts.

In the Football League’s fourth tier, Mauro Bandeira replaced Jayden Fevrier in the 86th minute as Colchester United beat Gillingham 3-0 away from home on Saturday.

Fiacre Kelleher, Samson Tovide and Bradley Ihionvien were all on the scoresheet for Colchester as Gillingham were reduced to ten men following the sending off of Ethan Coleman.

Billy Vigar was in action twice for Eastbourne Borough over the Bank Holiday weekend. He came on for Alfie Bridgman in the 69th minute of Saturday’s 1-0 loss at home to Truro City, before playing the full 90 minutes of Monday’s 1-0 loss at Chelmsford City.

The Women’s Championship got under way on Sunday, and Freya Godfrey came on in the 64th minute of Charlton Athletic’s 1-1 draw against Sheffield United, replacing Angela Addison.

In Ligue 1, Marquinhos was an unused substitute as Nantes drew 3-3 at home to AS Monaco.

The same can be said for Catalin Cirjan for FC Rapid Bucuresti’s 5-3 win away to U Craiova 1948 in the Romanian SuperLiga and Alex Runarsson in Cardiff City’s 2-1 win at home to Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship.

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