Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. With the 2013/14 campaign now underway, 12 Gunners are currently away from the Club.
Chuks Aneke Crewe Alexandra Chuks AnekePeterborough 4-2 CreweSaturday, March 8Chuks Aneke netted a brace but could not prevent Crewe from suffered defeat at London Road. The Arsenal midfielder opened the scoring with a curling effort but Britt Assombalonga and Nicky Ajose strikes turned the game around. Aneke drew Crewe level before Danny Swanson and Conor Washington ensured victory for the hosts.
Johan Djourou HamburgJohan DjourouHamburg 1-1 FrankfurtSaturday, March 8Johan Djourou completed 90 minutes of action in this draw at Imtech Arena. Alexander Madlung put the visitors ahead but Hakan Calhanoglu's late penalty ensured a share of the spoils.
Joel Campbell Olympiacos Joel CampbellPaok 2-1 OlympiacosSunday, March 9Joel Campbell came off the bench in this defeat for Olympiacos - a result which means they still need three more points to retain the Greek Super League title. Andreas Samaris put the visitors in front but Stefanos Athanasiadis and Georgios Tzavellas goals gave third-placed Paok the three points.
Damian Martinez Sheffield Wednesday Damian Martinez, Benik AfobeYeovil 2-0 Sheffield WednesdaySaturday, March 8Damian Martinez started as Ishmael Miller's brace consigned Sheffield Wednesday to defeat at Huish Park. Benik Afobe came off the bench for the final 20 minutes.
Chuba Akpom Coventry City Chuba AkpomColchester 2-1 CoventrySaturday, March 8Chuba Akpom played the entirety of Coventry's defeat at Colchester. Freddie Sears and Gavin Massey put the hosts in control before Callum Wilson reduced the arrears on the stroke of half-time.
Wellington Silva Real Murcia Wellington SilvaReal Murcia 2-0 Real JaenSunday, March 9Wellington Silva started as second-half Alex Martinez and Koke goals helped Real Murcia to a home victory over Real Jaen.
Francis Coquelin Freiburg Francis CoquelinFreiburg 0-1 DortmundSunday, March 9Francis Coquelin was brought off the bench with 15 minutes to go as Freiburg's relegation fears intensified with this defeat. Sebastian Kehl's second-half strike proved the difference.
Daniel Boateng Hibernian Daniel BoatengHibernian 3-3 MotherwellSaturday, March 8Daniel Boateng did not get off the bench in Hibernian's draw at home to Motherwell. The visitors went two goals up inside half an hour but Jordon Forster, Michael Nelson and Paul Heffernan struck to put Hibs in front. John Sutton struck in the dying stages to earn the visitors a point.
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