Loan Watch: Only Schackell and Malone played

Colchesters game against Carlisle was called off. That means that Danny Batth did not have to catch a cold or an urinary infection sitting on the bench.

Sam Vokes did not catch anything either. He was nowhere to be seen – not on the pitch and not on the bench – when Leeds saw Southampton off with a single goal by Robert Snodgrass. But maybe he will play instead of Jermaine Beckford in the next game, as he refused Grayson’s hand when he was called off with fifteen minutes left of the match.

Jason Schackell helped Neil Sullivan keep a clean sheet as Donny scored two against Derby. It was a brace by Billy Sharp.

Notts County will play on Monday. But there has been dramatic changes in the club. The rich owners has pulled out and their

Chairman has bought the club, but he hopes that they will find new investors. The Swedish chef – I mean coach – Hans Backe has left the club and they are looking for a new one. Sven is still there , though, but not in the manager role. Backe leaving could mean that our out on-loan player Daniel Jones may get some playing time. We’ll see about that on Monday.

Scott Malone was substituted after 75 minutes in the Southend match against Exeter. The latter did win after a goal by Adam Stansfield in the 17th minute. Scott had a shot on goal a few minutes before that, but the Exeter keeper could catch it.

Carl Ikeme did not play or sit on the bench when Sheffield United got a draw away against QPR. He is probably still hampered by the hamstring injury he got in Blades last match.

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~ by paddytheflea on December 19, 2009.

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