Loan Watch: Campbell and Aneke on target

Chuks Aneke on loan at Crewe Alexandra
Chuks Aneke in action for Crewe Alexandra

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
Gillingham 1-3 Crewe Alexandra
Saturday, March 22
Chuks Aneke netted his 15th and 16th goals of the season to give Crewe a crucial victory at Gillingham. Goals from Aneke and Amine Linganzi saw the teams go in level at the break before the Arsenal midfielder headed the Railwaymen back in front just after the break. Mathias Pogba made sure of the result late on. 


Joel Campbell OlympiacosJoel Campbell
Ergotelis 1-4 Olympiacos
Sunday, March 23
Joel Campbell was on target in Olympiacos' comfortable win at Ergotelis. After Nelson Valdez had scored a 10-minute hat-trick to put the champions in control, Campbell stroked home a penalty just after the half-hour to increase the advantage. Abdisalam Ibrahim netted a consolation after the break


Johan Djourou HamburgJohan Djourou
Stuttgart 1-0 Hamburg
Saturday, March 22
Alexandru Maxim's second-half winner consigned Johan Djourou's Hamburg to defeat in this relegation six-pointer. Djourou played the full 90 minutes as the hosts moved above Mirko Slomka's side in the table.


Benik Afobe Sheffield Wednesday Benik Afobe, Damian Martinez
Doncaster Rovers 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Saturday, March 22<br
Benik Afobe played the final half hour as a substitute but could not prevent Sheffield Wednesday from losing at Doncaster. Chris Brown scored what proved to be the winner after 32 minutes. Damian Martinez was an unused substitute.


Chuba Akpom Coventry City Chuba Akpom
Brentford 3-1 Coventry City
Saturday, March 22
Chuba Akpom was a second-half substitute as Coventry lost at Griffin Park. Callum Wilson gave the visitors the lead but Brentford maintained their promotion charge thanks to Clayton Donaldson, Marcelo Trotta and Alan McCormack goals. Akpom was sent on after 59 minutes.  


Josh Vickers Canvey IslandJosh Vickers
Harrow Borough 2-0 Canvey Island
Saturday, March 22
Josh Vickers started as Canvey Island were beaten at Earlsmead. Marc Charles-Smith scored a brace to give the hosts victory.



Daniel Boateng Hibernian Daniel Boateng
St Johnstone 2-0 Hibernian
Saturday, March 22
Daniel Boateng played the entirety of Hibernian's loss at St Johnstone. Steven MacLean and Ryan McGivern's own goal gave the hosts the three points.



Wellington Silva Real MurciaWellington Silva
Real Murcia 1-3 Las Palmas
Saturday, March 22
Wellington Silva saw 33 minutes of action as Real Murcia's play-off hopes were dealt a blow by this defeat. Momo and Carlos Aranda put Las Palmas in control and, though Alex Martinez halved the deficit, Nauzet made sure of the visitors' win in the closing stages. 


Francis Coquelin Freiburg Francis Coquelin
Freiburg 3-1 Werder Bremen
Friday, March 21
Francis Coquelin missed Freiburg's important victory over Werder Bremen on Friday night. Julian Schuster, Felix Klaus and Admir Mehmedi all scored to move the hosts further from the relegation zone, though Nils Petersen did net a late consolation.



Ignasi Miquel Leicester City Ignasi Miquel
Blackburn Rovers 1-1 Leicester City
Saturday, March 22
Ignasi Miquel played no part in Leicester's draw at Ewood Park. Jamie Vardy gave the league leaders a 20th-minute lead but Matt Kilgallon's header salvaged a point for the hosts.


Ju Young Park WatfordJu Young Park
Wigan Athletic 2-1 Watford
Saturday, March 22
Ju Young Park did not feature as Watford relinquished a one-goal lead to lose at Wigan. Lewis McGugan gave the Hornets the lead but Jean Beausejour and Martyn Waghorn scored in the space of 17 minutes to turn the game around. 


Zachari Fagan Boreham WoodZach Fagan
Boreham Wood 2-1 Ebbsfleet United
Saturday, March 22Zach Fagan missed Boreham Wood's impressive home victory over Ebbsfleet. Michael Thalassitis' own goal and Lee Angol's second-half strike were enough to secure victory, though Billy Bricknell did pull one back.



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