Loan Watch: Malone assisted in Southend comeback

This weekend I try to report about all our loanees together. Even if perhaps Scott Malone deserves more this time. Maybe I’ll come back to him.

(P.S. A link to a video with the Wolves goal against Spurs can be found beneath ‘Videos, Highlights’ in the sidebar.D.S.)

Doncaster – where we established yesterday that our out on-loan defender Jason Schackell roamed – won against Bristol City with the scoreline 1-0. The goal by Billy Sharp, once a target for Mick McCarthy and Wolves. He’s on sell for £2 million. Is Mick still interested? Schackell? He played 90 and a clean sheet, so…

Sheffield United played against Palace and they did win by 2-0. But Carl Ikeme was injured, as you know, and last weeks top goalie in the Championships did not play.

And then we have the unfortunate Wolves defender George Friend, who watched the Iron draw against Reading away from the bench. As promised by their manager Adkins I guess he is o.k. after his ordeal in the´week.

And if we move to League One we have Leeds and they ‘suffered’ a goalless draw against Brentford. The Wolves out on-loan striker Sam Vokes were nowhere to be seen. Not in the starting team and not on the bench. Is he called back? At least the others scores when he is on. Grayson blamed the pitch at Brentford.

And in Southend we have our young left back Scott Malone who keeps sending in crosses, taking free kicks and corners and blocking shots according to the match report, when they won by three goals to two against Hartlepool.

Actually Malone assisted to the first goal when Francis Laurent pulled one back for the Shrimpers in the 49th minute when he headed a Scott Malone free-kick from eight yards out and the ball went in off the right post. And that was at 0-2 so it must have been something special to be part of that turn of the game. Not like winning against Tottenham away of course, but anyway. (Hmm. Late ours. Getting tired). 😆

And then we have League Two with Notts County who lost to Accrington at home with 2-1. I think it was the first loss for a while for Svens team and Daniel Jones watched the debacle from the bench as usual.

And last, but not anymore least as they passed County in the tables, we have Chesterfield and they played Cheltenham yesterday and managed to win by an only goal. Little on loan from Wolves played 90 and I have no reports whatsoever about how he played.

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~ by paddytheflea on December 13, 2009.

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