Loan Watch: All Wolves out on-loan players on the pitch

All of our out on-loan players had a taste of league football this weekend, with mixed results.

Matt Hill and Carl Ikeme played for Queens Park Rangers whe they suffered defeat against Boro away. Two penalties in the first half made it impossible for QPR to get anything from the game. Ikeme made a good save in the second half with his palm – but had no chance to save any of the penalties.

Scott Malone only played the last 20 minutes or so for Southend when they had Charlton as guests. Maybe they spared him as he will play for England in a couple of days. Southend were very unlucky, though, as they took the lead after half an hour of the game – despite being reduced to ten men five minutes earlier.

And they were successful at holding on to that lead until the the 72nd minute when Akbo Sodje scored for Charlton. And they did hold on to a draw until four minutes of injury time, when Kyel Reid smashed their dreams and gave them their second narrow defeat in four days. Sour grapes!

Both manager Gary Johnson and Keane praised goalkeeper Dean Gerken of Bristol City after a couple of excellent saves that earned Bristol a draw against Ipswich. Wolves striker Chris Iwelumo had a good header at goal from six yeards, but it was saved.

Danny Batth of Cochester United met Daniel Jones Bristol Rovers on the pitch Saturday. Daniel Jones was the lucky one, as Rovers got away with a vicory by 3-2. Batth was substituted for Kevin Lisbie with only a couple of minutes left in a futile attempt from the U’s to get a goal.



~ by paddytheflea on February 28, 2010.

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