Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. With the 2014/15 campaign now underway, 10 Gunners are currently away from the club.
Carl Jenkinson West Ham UnitedCarl JenkinsonSunday, December 7West Ham United 3-1 Swansea CityCarl Jenkinson played 79 minutes and got an assist as West Ham beat Swansea 3-1. Wilfried Bony gave the visitors the lead but Andy Carroll latched onto Jenkinson’s cross to equalise. Carroll then struck again before Diafra Sakho scored to secure the three points.
Jon Toral BrentfordJon ToralSaturday, December 6Huddersfield Town 2-1 BrentfordJon Toral played 52 minutes of Brentford’s 2-1 loss at Huddersfield. Scott Scannell scored before Jake Bidwell turned into his own net to give Huddersfield a two-goal lead. Jonathan Douglas pulled one back for Brentford but the hosts held out for the win.
Francis Coquelin Charlton AthleticFrancis CoquelinSaturday, December 6Nottingham Forest 1-1 Charlton AthleticFrancis Coquelin played the full 90 minutes of Charlton’s 1-1 draw at Nottingham Forest. Callum Harriott put the visitors ahead within nine minutes but Robert Tesche struck on the hour mark to share the points.
Benik Afobe MK DonsBenik AfobeSaturday, December 6MK Dons 0-1 ChesterfieldBenik Afobe played the full 90 minutes of MK Dons’ 1-0 FA Cup second round defeat against Chesterfield. Armand Gnanduillet scored the only goal of the game to knock the Dons out of the competition.
Kris Olsson FC MidtjyllandKris OlssonSunday, December 7Kobenhavn 3-0 MidtjyllandKris Olsson came on for the final four minutes of Midtjylland’s 3-0 loss at Kobenhavn. Jim Larsen turned into his own net to give the hosts the lead. Danny Awankwaa and Nicolai Jorgensen then scored in the last five minutes to secure the victory.
Josh Vickers Concord RangersJosh VickersSaturday, December 6Concord Rangers 7-0 FarnboroughJosh Vickers played the full 90 minutes of Concord Rangers’ 7-0 victory over Farnborough. Joe Gardner’s brace and Lewis Taaffe’s strike gave the home side a comfortable lead going into the break. Gary Ogilvie, Steve Cawley, Taylor Miles and Sam Collins then scored after the restart to complete a one-sided afternoon at Thames Road.
Austin Lipman Boreham WoodAustin LipmanSaturday, December 6Boreham Wood 3-0 Hayes & YeadingAustin Lipman came on for the last five minutes of Boreham Wood’s 3-0 win against Hayes and Yeading United. Lee Angol put the hosts in front before Matt Winchelow struck after half-time to double the lead. Angol then scored a second from the penalty spot to maintain Boreham Wood’s six-point lead at the top of the Conference South.
Wellington AlmeriaWellingtonMonday, December 8Eibar 5-2 AlmeriaWellington played the full 90 minutes of Almeria’s 5-2 loss at Eibar. Federico Piovaccari, Saul Berjon and Raul Albentosa gave the hosts a comfortable lead before Fernando Soriano pulled one back for Almeria. Raul Navas and Ander Capa then made it 5-1 before Edgar Mendez scored a late consolation.
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