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Loan Watch - 2022/23

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On 01/08/2022 at 15:47, Pidge said:

Balagizi in league two is an odd one. Would have thought he'd be a level up from there even at a young age. 

Reputedly Crawley were  prepared to fork over a sum of actual money over and above his wages for the privilege. He got booked and subbed off in his first game, so we’ll wait and see.

 

 

 

Hopefully this lower level will suit him better than Blackburn.

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Goalkeepers

 

Vitezslav Jaros - Stockport County (EFL League Two)

Jakub Ojrzynski - Radomiak Radom (Polish Ekstraklasa)

Marcelo Pitaluga - Macclesfield (Northern Premier League Division One West)

 

Defenders

 

Anderson Arroyo - Alaves (LaLiga 2)

Owen Beck - Famalicao (Primeira Liga)

Conor Bradley - Bolton Wanderers (EFL League One)

Billy Koumetio - Austria Vienna (Austrian Bundesliga)

Adam Lewis - Newport County (EFL League Two)

Rhys Williams - Blackpool (EFL Championship)

 

Midfielders

 

James Balagizi - Crawley Town (EFL League Two)

Leighton Clarkson - Aberdeen (Scottish Premiership)

Tyler Morton - Blackburn Rovers (EFL Championship)

 

Forwards

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Vitezslav Jaros

Jaros made his debut for Stockport last night, keeping a clean sheet in a 1-0 away win against Harrogate in the Carabao Cup.

 

Jakub Ojrzynski

Jakub has been an unused sub in all 4 games Radomiak has played in the early stages of this season.

 

Marcelo Pitalgua

Marcelo made his competitive debut for Macclesfield in the extra-preliminary round of the FA Cup, keeping a clean sheet in a 2-0 win for the Silkmen at Wythenshawe Town. Macclesfield progressed to the Preliminary Round of the Emirates FA Cup, where they will travel to Mossley on Saturday 20th August.

 

Anderson Arroyo

Alaves get their league campaign started this coming weekend.

 

Owen Beck

Owen was an unused sub as Famalicão got their league campaign underway with a 2-0 defeat away at Estoril.

 

Conor Bradley

Conor has made a brilliant start to his loan spell at Bolton.

 

He has started both league games so far, helping himself to an assist in each game - He started in the 1-1 away draw against Ipswich as a right winger, playing the full 90 on his debut.

 

His next appearance was at right wingback where he played 81 minutes before being replaced as Bolton won their first home fixture of the season, 3-0.

 

He came off the bench last night to score his first goal in senior football as Bolton smashed Salford 5-1 in the Carabao Cup, and some strike it was too.

 

Billy Koumetio

Billy has had a bit of a mixed start to his time in Austria. He's made 2 appearances for the senior side and 1 appearance for the reserve side.

 

He made his debut for his loan club in the Austrian Cup, coming off the bench to play 16 minutes in a comfortable 7-0 victory over 4th division side FC Wels (16/07).

 

He made his league debut against RB Salzburg (22/07), coming off the bench at halftime in a 3-0 defeat at the Red Bull Arena.

 

Playing on the right side of the central pair, Billy was at fault for Salzburg's third goal as his tame pass from his own 18-yard box was easily intercepted, and while the initial resulting shot was saved by the keeper, Salzburg kept the ball alive and found the back of the net following good composure from Sesko to find Okafor who slid the ball home despite Billy's best attempts to clear the ball off the line.

 

A week later (29/07), he made his first appearance for the reserves, playing the full 90 in a 4-2 away defeat to FC Blau-Weiss Linz. He hasn't been in a match-day squad for either the senior (2 games) or reserve side (1 game) since.

 

Adam Lewis

Adam Lewis has also made a slowish start to his loan spell, featuring in 2 of the first 3 games of the season. An unused sub in a 1-1 draw at Sutton on opening day, he then came off the bench for 7 minutes in a 1-0 defeat against Walsall.

 

He did, however, play the full 90 at left wingback in the impressive 3-2 away victory over Luton Town in the Carabao Cup yesterday evening.

 

Rhys Williams

Rhys has made a good start at Blackpool, playing the full 90 in each of the 2 league games so far - A 1-0 win at home to Reading and a 2-0 away defeat at Stoke. 

He was an unused sub in last night's Carabao Cup game against Barrow. Blackpool were knocked out on penalties following a goalless 90 minutes. (No extra time).

 

James Balagizi

Bala has started both league games for Crawley, playing 69 minutes on debut in a 1-0 defeat at Carlisle, before playing the full 90 in the 1-0 home defeat against Leyton Orient.

 

Came off the bench last night for the final 6 minutes in the 1-0 Carabao Cup win against Bristol Rovers.

 

Leighton Clarkson

As has already been posted, Leighton got his loan spell at Aberdeen off to a flyer.

 

After receiving international clearance on the morning of the fixture, Leighton was named on the bench by Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin.

 

Leighton wouldn't have to wait long before coming on as he replaced the injured Hayden Coulson in the 12th minute following a nasty tackle by former Don, Declan Gallagher. 

 

Gallagher was shown a yellow for the tackle but could count himself lucky that it was only yellow. Gallagher would however get his marching orders not long later, courtesy of a second yellow for a handball to give Aberdeen a penalty.

 

Leighton's moment would arrive just before the break as he walked on to a pass from Matty Kennedy to lash home a first-time strike from 25 yards beyond the visiting keeper to make it 3-0 to the home side.

 

His performance would earn him man-of-the-match honours and a place in the Sky Sports Scottish Premiership team of the week.

 

Tyler Morton

Early days for Tyler at Rovers. Came off the bench for the last minute in the 3-0 away win against Swansea to make his Blackburn debut.

 

Will be hoping for more minutes today as Blackburn host Hartlepool in the Carabao Cup this evening.

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Tyler Morton

Played the full 90 in this evening's Carabao Cup tie against Hartlepool, with Blackburn running out comfortable 4-0 winners.

 

Tyler provided the assist for the opening goal of the contest when his corner was headed home by Scott Wharton.

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