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Loan Watch: Frimpong makes Fulham debut

Emmanuel Frimpong on loan at Fulham
Emmanuel Frimpong on loan at Fulham

Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. With the 2012/13 campaign now underway, 14 Gunners are currently away from the Club.

Arsenal.com tracks their progress throughout the season. Our Arsenal's Loanees page offers an overview and below is the latest instalment of our Loan Watch.

 

Emmanuel Frimpong FulhamEmmanuel Frimpong
Norwich 0-0 Fulham
Saturday, February 9
Emmanuel Frimpong made his Fulham debut in their goalless draw at Norwich. The midfielder was booked before being substituted just after the hour.

 


 

Ryo Wigan AthleticRyo
Chelsea 4-1 Wigan Athletic
Saturday, February 9
Ryo was not in the Wigan squad for their comprehensive defeat by Chelsea.

 


 

Marouane Chamakh West Ham
Marouane Chamakh
Aston Villa 2-1 West Ham United
Sunday, February 10
Marouane Chamakh was an unused substitute as West Ham were beaten by Aston Villa at Villa Park.

 

 

Benik Afobe Millwall

 

Benik Afobe
Blackpool 2-1 Millwall
Saturday, February 9
Benik Afobe started as he made his Millwall debut against Blackpool. The striker played 82 minutes.

Chuks Aneke CreweChuks Aneke
Notts County 1-1 Crewe Alexandra
Saturday, February 9
Chuks Aneke started and played 78 minutes as Crewe secured a point from their visit to Notts County.

 

Philip Roberts Inverness CTPhilip Roberts
Inverness CT 1-3 Celtic
Saturday, February 9
Philip Roberts came on for the last 15 minutes of Inverness’ defeat at home to Celtic.

 

Reice Charles-Cook ChelmsfordReice Charles-Cook
Tonbridge Angels 0-4 Chelmsford City
Saturday, February 9
Reice Charles-Cook kept a clean sheet on his Chelmsford debut in their convincing victory away at Tonbridge Angels.

 

Johan Djourou Hannover 96Johan Djourou
Hannover 96 1-0 Hoffenheim
Saturday, February 9
Johan Djourou was part of the Hannover defence that kept a clean sheet as Mame Diouf’s early goal sealed victory against Hoffenheim.

 


Nicklas Bendtner JuventusNicklas Bendtner
Juventus 2-0 Fiorentina
Saturday, February 9
Nicklas Bendtner is injured and missed Juventus’ win against Fiorentina.

 

Denilson Sao PauloDenilson
Guarani 1-2 Sao Paulo
Saturday, February 9
Denilson was not in the Sao Paulo squad for their win against Guarani. Goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni scored the winner for the visitors.

 


Ju Young Park Celta VigoPark Ju Young
Celta Vigo 0-1 Valencia
Saturday, February 9
Park Ju Young was introduced as an 85th-minute substitute as Celta Vigo were beaten by Nelson Haedo Valdez’s last-gasp goal.

 

Wellington PonferradinaWellington
Villareal 3-0 Ponferradina
Saturday, February 9
Wellington was an unused substitute as Ponferradina were comprehensively beaten away at Villareal.

 

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