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On 21/07/2021 at 23:28, AngryOfTuebrook said:

Rhys Williams could do with getting some game time somewhere. 

He'd be useful in an injury crisis. I'd only loan him if we don't sell both Davies and Phillips

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Paul Glatzel starts for Tranmere as they open their league campaign at home to Walsall.

 

Sepp van den Berg starts on the bench for Preston as they start their Championship campaign at home to Hull.

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Sepp came off the bench at halftime with the score at Preston 1 Hull 1. The visitors would go on to score 3 second-half goals to ease to a 4-1 victory at Deepdale.

 

Glatzel played 64 minutes before being replaced. Callum McMananaman scored the only goal of the game in the 73rd minute. The home side were reduced to 10 men in the 86th minute when Merrie was dismissed for a straight red.

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Jaros starts for St. Pats in their game at Dundalk this afternoon.

 

Adam Lewis not in the squad for Livingston today as they host the mighty Dons - Aberdeen. Livi have only named 5 subs from a possible 7, so Lewis must be injured.

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Both lads played the full 90 for their respective sides.

 

Preston cruised through with a 3-0 win at Mansfield, but Tranmere crashed out against Oldham 4-3 on penalties following a 2-2 draw in the 90 minutes.

 

Glatzel provided the assist for Tranmere's first goal, 5 minutes before the break. Rovers would then double their lead 6 minutes into the second half. However, the home side got back into the game in the 59th minute before grabbing the equaliser courtesy of an own goal in the 68th minute.

 

Former Liverpool youngsters Jay Spearing & Sam Hart converted from the spot for Tranmere & Oldham respectively to get the shootout underway, with Glatzel then seeing his penalty saved to hand the advantage to the home side.

 

Oldham missed their 3rd penalty to give Tranmere hope, but the visitors would miss once more with their 4th penalty of the shootout, and this time Oldham took full advantage, converting their final 2 penalties either side of a successful 5th penalty for Tranmere.

 

Good for Glatzel to get the full 90 and nice to see him grab an assist, but of course, the saved penalty in the shootout will have taken the shine off his performance a touch.

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In other news Brewster scored his first goal for Sheffield utd, against league 2 opposition, and one James Carragher made his senior debut for Wigan.

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Vitezslav Jaros (St. Pats) - 90 minutes in 2-1 home win against Waterford on Friday evening.

 

Jakub Ojrzynski (Caernarfon Town) - 90 minutes and clean sheet in 2-0 home win against Haverfordwest on Saturday evening.

 

Adam Lewis (Livingston) - Injured. Not in the matchday squad for 2-1 League Cup win over St. Mirren on Saturday afternoon.

 

Anderson Arroyo (C.D. Mirandes) - Mirandes travel to Malaga for their opening league fixture this evening.

 

Sepp van den Berg (Preston) - 90 minutes in 2-1 away defeat against Reading on Saturday afternoon.

 

Paul Glatzel (Tranmere) - Started and was subbed after 60 minutes in 0-0 draw away at Port Vale on Saturday afternoon.

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11 minutes ago, alles ist gut said:

Leighton Clarkson to Blackburn 

 

https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/academy/440959-leighton-clarkson-seals-loan-switch-to-blackburn

 

Excellent news, hopefully ones in the works for Cain and Dixon-Bonner too.

Yes - Very good move for Leighton. His boyhood club, so he should be very well received. Added to my spreadsheet.

 

Loan Watch

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Anderson Arroyo (C.D. Mirandes) - Came off the bench deep into additional time as Mirandes picked up a point away at Malaga. They did have a goal chalked off by VAR moments before Arroyo came on, so the game finished 0-0.

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Sepp van den Berg (Preston) - Another start and another 90 minutes in Preston's 1-0 away defeat against Huddersfield. Scored an unfortunate own-goal in the 74th minute to give the home side the 3 points.

 

 

Paul Glatzel (Tranmere) - On the bench for Tranmere as they travelled to Swindon this evening. Came off the bench in the 72nd minute with the game ending in a 0-0 draw at the County Ground.

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Leighton Clarkson (Blackburn) - Unused substitute as Blackburn won 2-1 at Forest on Wednesday evening.

 

Ben Davies (Sheffield United) - Unused substitute for the Blades as they crashed to a 4-0 defeat at West Brom.

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Vitezslav Jaros (St. Pats) - St. Pats suffered a blow to their title aspirations following a 3-1 defeat away at Finn Harps on Friday evening. Another 90 for Jaros, but he'll obviously be disappointed to have conceded 3 on the night.

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There are starts for a number of our loanees today, with Clarkson, Davies, van den Berg & Glatzel all starting for their respective teams in the Championship and League 2.

 

Still no Adam Lewis for Livingston as he continues his recovery from injury.

 

Jakub Ojrzynski also started today as Caernarfon travel to TNS - Currently 3-1 to TNS with around 35 minutes played.

 

C.D. Mirandes play their first home fixture of the season on Monday evening, so Anderson Arroyo will be hoping to feature for a little longer than he did on his debut last time out.

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Leighton Clarkson (Blackburn) - Started and played 67 minutes for Blackburn as they lost 2-1 at home against West Brom. Was heavily involved in the home side's goal as it was his through-ball that Sam Johnstone played against the oncoming Ben Brereton who blocked the attempted clearance before rolling into an empty net. As close to an assist for Clarkson without actually being an assist. Generally well received debut for Leighton, so a good start to his loan spell.

 

Ben Davies (Sheffield United) - Full 90 for Davies as the Blades lost 2-1 at home to Huddersfield. The home side thought they had grabbed a point when Billy Sharp equalized in stoppage time, but the visitors grabbed a winner just a minute or so later to take the 3 points.

 

Sepp van den Berg (Preston) - Another full 90 for Sepp as Preston picked up a 1-0 home win against Peterborough. Preston will be thankful for Sepp this week, as he made up for his own-goal last time out with a clearance off the line in this game to keep the score at 1-0.

 

Paul Glatzel (Tranmere) - Another start for young Glatzel before being replaced in the 56th minute as Tranmere fell to a 1-0 home defeat against Newport.

 

Jakub Ojrzynski (Caernarfon Town) - A full 90 for Jakub away at TNS, one of the tougher teams in the Welsh Premier league. Ojrzynski would pick the ball out his net 5 times, with the game finishing 5-3 to the hosts.

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Anderson Arroyo (C.D. Mirandes) - Started on the bench again and was introduced in the 88th minute as Mirandes won their first league game of the campaign, 2-0, at home to Amorebieta.

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On 21/08/2021 at 17:48, Pidge said:

Good reviews for Clarkson on the Rovers messageboard.

I read something earlier (maybe the echo) saying he barely touched the ball, but made things happen when he did, playing in a 10 role.

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Only 1 of our loanees was in action in mid-week, with Sepp van den Berg in action for Preston at Morecambe in the EFL Cup.

 

Sepp van den Berg (Preston) - Another full 90 for the young Dutch defender and another positive contribution as Preston ran out 4-2 winners away at Morecambe. Sepp bagged himself his first goal in senior football with a tap in from no more than a yard out. Also picked up a booking late in the game.

 

 

More good news for Sepp today, as he has been called up for the Dutch Under 21 squad for the first time.

 

 

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