Loan Watch: Shrimpers, Rovers, Robins and U’s

Our players out on-loan has been busy this weekend. I have already told you about the QPR game and here comes short reports from the other teams with Wolves players.

Bristol City were sadly smashed to pieces by a reborn Doncaster team. Finally they seem to have found a formula that makes Billy Sharp coming to life. The formula is named Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, on-loan player from Arsenal. He was the player that made Bristol look a lower league team and lose out by 5-2 on home soil. Big Chris Iwelumo was a threat in the air as usual, but did not get the balls to get a goal in this game. The City fan blog Vital only gives him five in rating and comments “Was a threat in the air but not much else. Looked like he had half an eye on his return to Wolves today.

Well. He has got what we wanted – match fitness – and he may be back at Molineux soon. Why not send out Vokes to Bristol instead now and play Iwelumo as a substitute?!

The other club in Bristol – The Rovers – is where Daniel Jones resides nowadays. They were much more succesful in the weekend winning by 4-0 against Swindon away in League One. Daniel played the 90 and it must be fantastic for him to play in a team that has won against Charlton, Colchester and now Swindon. An attacking team that suits Daniel perfectly. Eight points to play-off and twelve matches to go. I think they will make it.

Scott Malone was back in Southend after being on National duty, but he sat on the bench for the first half when Hartlepool took a two goal lead. He came in for the second half, but the Pool on-loan from Sunderland player Roy O’Donovan made it a hat-trick and it was game over. The assistant manager in Shrimpers got the sack later and they are under the relegation line now. Hard times for the coastal crustaceans.

Colchester United played against Brighton tonight.and Danny Batth was on the bench. I feel sorry for him. Maybe he was the one to take the blame after their loss to Rovers?! The U’s are not playing well at the moment and the fact that they only got a goalless draw against the Seagulls – who are in threat of relegation – says it all.



~ by paddytheflea on March 8, 2010.

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