Loan Watch: Midweek action


Loan Watch: Midweek action

Carl Jenkinson, West Ham United, Premier League
Carl Jenkinson in action for West Ham United

Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. This season 10 Gunners are currently away from the club.


Carl Jenkinson West Ham UnitedCarl Jenkinson
Wednesday, February 11
Southampton 0-0 West Ham United
Carl Jenkinson played the full 90 minutes of West Ham’s goalless draw at Southampton. The Hammers are now eighth in the Premier League and face West Bromwich Albion in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday.



Yaya Sanogo Crystal PalaceYaya Sanogo
Wednesday, February 11
Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle United
Yaya Sanogo played 26 minutes of Palace’s 1-1 draw against Newcastle before being withdrawn through injury. Papiss Cisse opened the scoring just before half-time but Frazier Campbell struck in the second half to earn a draw.



Joel Campbell VillarrealJoel Campbell
Wednesday, February 11
Barcelona 3-1 Villarreal
Joel Campbell was an unused substitute in Villarreal’s 3-1 Copa del Rey defeat at Barcelona. Lionel Messi gave the hosts the lead before Manuel Trigueros equalised, but Andres Iniesta and Gerard Pique scored in the second half to give Barcelona the semi-final first-leg advantage.



Jon Toral BrentfordJon Toral
Tuesday, February 10
Brentford 1-2 Watford
Jon Toral was a 73rd-minute substitute in Brentford’s 2-1 defeat against Watford. The hosts took the lead through Andre Gray despite Jake Bidwell’s early sending off. Troy Deeney then missed a penalty for Watford but Odion Ighalo scored a second-half brace to complete the comeback.



Matt Macey Accrington StanleyMatt Macey
Tuesday, February 10
Accrington Stanley 1-0 Oxford United
Matt Macey was not in the squad for Accrington’s 1-0 victory against Oxford. Terry Gornell scored a stoppage-time winner to end the hosts’ six-game losing streak.



Josh Vickers Concord RangersJosh Vickers
Tuesday, February 10
Concord Rangers 2-1 Chelmsford City
Josh Vickers played the full 90 minutes of Concord’s 2-1 win against Chelmsford. Tom Lovelock turned into his own net to give the home side the lead but Mark Hughes equalised before the break. However, Taylor Miles was on hand to score with 20 minutes remaining to lift Concord to 10th in the Conference South.


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