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We've not got too many out on loan just yet, though there is of course time for that to change.

 

We currently have the following out on loan:

 

Kamil Grabara - Huddersfield

Ben Woodburn - Oxford United

Rhys Williams - Kidderminster Harriers

Sheyi Ojo - Rangers

Marko Grujic - Hertha Berlin

Loris Karius - Besiktas

Allan - Fluminense

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Ben Woodburn and Rhys Williams made their debuts for their respective teams this afternoon.

 

Ben started and played 75 minutes, providing the assist for the U's goal at the Stadium of Light in the 1-1 draw.

Rhys played the full 90 for Kidderminster in their 2-2 home draw with Leamington. From the Kidderminster Twitter feed, Rhys looked to be involved in the penalty awarded to the away side to open the scoring.

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13 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

Looking forward to watching Grabara on Monday night against Derby. Looks a talent. 

Yep. He should be first choice for Huddersfield, or at least he should be until Ben Hamer returns from injury. Hopefully by then, Kamil would have impressed enough to continue between the sticks regardless.

 

Sheyi Ojo could make his league debut for Rangers tomorrow afternoon as they travel to Kilmarnock to open their league campaign, with kick off at 13:30.

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Kilmarnock 1 Rangers 2

 

Sheyi Ojo started for Rangers and played 78 minutes before being replaced as Stevie's Rangers side would go on and grab a 2-1 win at Rugby Park courtesy of a stoppage time winner.

 

Fluminense 2 Internacional 1

 

Allan started and played 75 minutes for the home side as they recorded their first league win in their last 8 league games in Serie A.

 

Since making the switch to Fluminense in February, Allan has played 14 games, appearing in 10 of 13 Serie A games since the start of the league season in April, while making 4 appearances in the Copa Sudamericana, helping Flu reach the quarter final of the competition where they will face Brazilian rivals, Corinthians.

 

Of the 14 games he's played, he's been replaced by a sub twice (in the 89th minute and then in the 75th minute last night), and been sent off once for 2 yellows, the second of which was picked up in the 90th minute. He's played the full 90 in the 11 other games, so he is gaining invaluable game experience.

 

 

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Kamil Grabara starts and will make his league debut for Huddersfield this evening as they face Derby to kick off their league campaign.

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Kamil Grabara concedes but left with no chance after terrible mistake by the fullback, had to try and head the ball away and gets lobbed from 20 yards

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Liam Millar has returned to Kilmarnock on a season long loan deal.

 

Kamil Grabara - Huddersfield

Ben Woodburn - Oxford United

Rhys Williams - Kidderminster Harriers

Sheyi Ojo - Rangers

Liam Millar - Kilmarnock

Marko Grujic - Hertha Berlin

Loris Karius - Besiktas

Allan - Fluminense

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Allan was a weird signing - couldn't cut it at any side he was sent to and never was going to get a work permit.

What, 22 or 23 now and has scored one goal in the last 5 years.

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52 minutes ago, Dynamite said:

Liam Millar has returned to Kilmarnock on a season long loan deal.

 

Kamil Grabara - Huddersfield

Ben Woodburn - Oxford United

Rhys Williams - Kidderminster Harriers

Sheyi Ojo - Rangers

Liam Millar - Kilmarnock

Marko Grujic - Hertha Berlin

Loris Karius - Besiktas

Allan - Fluminense

Really like Grabara and it's make or break for Grujic imo. The rest? Get rid, never good enough.

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Another confirmed outgoing loan deal.

 

Taiwo Awoniyi has joined Mainz 05, one of Klopp's former clubs, for the season.

 

Kamil Grabara - Huddersfield

Ben Woodburn - Oxford United

Rhys Williams - Kidderminster Harriers

Sheyi Ojo - Rangers

Liam Millar - Kilmarnock

Marko Grujic - Hertha Berlin

Taiwo Awoniyi - Mainz 05

Loris Karius - Besiktas

Allan - Fluminense

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1 hour ago, an tha said:

Wilson to Bournemouth on loan

Yep, now confirmed on the offal.

 

Harry Wilson - Bournemouth

Kamil Grabara - Huddersfield

Ben Woodburn - Oxford United

Rhys Williams - Kidderminster Harriers

Sheyi Ojo - Rangers

Liam Millar - Kilmarnock

Marko Grujic - Hertha Berlin

Taiwo Awoniyi - Mainz 05

Loris Karius - Besiktas

Allan - Fluminense

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Nat Phillips off to Stuttgart on loan for the season - offal.

 

Harry Wilson - Bournemouth

Kamil Grabara - Huddersfield

Ben Woodburn - Oxford United

Rhys Williams - Kidderminster Harriers

Sheyi Ojo - Rangers

Liam Millar - Kilmarnock

Marko Grujic - Hertha Berlin

Taiwo Awoniyi - Mainz 05

Nat Phillips - Stuttgart

Loris Karius - Besiktas

Allan - Fluminense

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Ejaria back to Reading on a season long loan with an agreement to buy next summer.

 

Harry Wilson - Bournemouth

Kamil Grabara - Huddersfield

Ovie Ejaria - Reading

Ben Woodburn - Oxford United

Rhys Williams - Kidderminster Harriers

Sheyi Ojo - Rangers

Liam Millar - Kilmarnock

Marko Grujic - Hertha Berlin

Taiwo Awoniyi - Mainz 05

Nat Phillips - Stuttgart

Loris Karius - Besiktas

Allan - Fluminense

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Quick rundown of the loanees over the weekend.

 

Harry Wilson - Unused sub in Bournemouth's 1-1 draw with Sheffield United.

 

Kamil Grabara - A second start and full 90 for Kamil. Saved 4 out of 5 shots on target, beaten in the 83rd minute in a 1-1 draw at QPR.

 

Ovie Ejaria - Not in the match day squad for Reading. Probably lacking match fitness.

 

Ben Woodburn - Another start for Ben, this time playing 88 minutes before being replaced. Former Reds' youngster Cameron Brannagan got the only goal of the game as Oxford beat Peterborough 1-0.

 

Rhys Williams - A second start for big Rhys and a first goal in senior football for the young centre half. Rhys grabbed the second goal for Harriers in their 3-0 away win at Bradford Park Avenue.

 

Sheyi Ojo - Full 90 for Sheyi who picked up a booking, grabbed an assist for Jermain Defoe's first goal, and would later score the final goal of the game in stoppage time as Rangers demolished Hibs 6-1 at Ibrox.

 

Liam Millar - A first start of the league campaign for Liam as Kilmarnock went down 2-0 at Hamilton. Replaced in the 75th minute.

 

Marko Grujic - Full 90 for Marko in Hertha's 5-1 away win in the first round of the DFB Pokal. Grabbed an assist for Hertha's third goal.

 

Taiwo Awoniyi - Unused sub as Mainz crashed out of the DFB Pokal courtesy of a 2-0 defeat at Kaiserslautern.

 

Allan - Another full 90 for Allan as Fluminense were beaten 2-1 away at Atletico Mineiro. Booked in the 81st minute.

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Nat Phillips - Made his debut for Stuttgart in the DFB Pokal this evening, coming on at half time to replace the often injured Holger Badstuber. Picked up a booking in the 61st minute. Nat has been given the number 5 shirt at Stuttgart, so hopefully he'll see plenty of game time over the course of the season.

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Midweek update as a couple of our lads out loan were involved in the League Cup fixtures last night.

 

Ben Woodburn - Started on the bench for this, but was brought on in the 22nd minute. Oxford would go on to record back to back 1-0 wins against Peterborough having beat them in the league at the weekend, and like the league fixture, this tie was settled by a goal from an ex-Red, Cameron Brannagan, who smashed home a late free kick to send the U's into the 2nd round where they'll host Millwall.

 

Ovie Ejaria - A first start for Ovie in his second spell with Reading. Subbed after 80 minutes. Reading progressed into the 2nd round winning 4-2 on penalties after the game finished 1-1 after 90 minutes. Reading travel to Plymouth in the 2nd round.

 

Kamil Grabara - Not in the match day squad as Huddersfield crashed out of the Carabao Cup, losing 1-0 at home to Lincoln City.

 

Rhys Williams - Another 90 for Rhys in what turned out to be quite the game in the Vanarama National League North game. The Harriers got off to a flying start and were 2-0 up inside 15 minutes. The lead wouldn't last long though, as visitors Gloucester would strike back with 2 quick goals of their own in the 32nd & 34th minute - Rhys was dispossessed of the ball which led to the equaliser. The second half was a tale of two penalties, one converted by the away side, the other missed by the home side. The Glos would leave Aggborough with the 3 points, winning 3-2 on the night.

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Marko Grujic had a good and bad game for Hertha in tonight's Bundesliga opener at Bayern. After being a goal down, Hertha equalised then Marko scored with a wicked deflection to put Hertha 2-1 up and seemingly in control.

 

Unfortunately Marko then had a rush of  blood with Lewandowski and just pulled him back in the box. After consulting VAR the ref awarded Bayern the pen from which Lewandowski scored his second of the night to earn a 2-2 draw.

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18 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

Marko Grujic had a good and bad game for Hertha in tonight's Bundesliga opener at Bayern. After being a goal down, Hertha equalised then Marko scored with a wicked deflection to put Hertha 2-1 up and seemingly in control.

 

Unfortunately Marko then had a rush of  blood with Lewandowski and just pulled him back in the box. After consulting VAR the ref awarded Bayern the pen from which Lewandowski scored his second of the night to earn a 2-2 draw.

The equaliser was the deflected goal. Marko rounded Neuer and finished coolly to make it 2-1.

 

 

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