Loan Watch: Everybody but Batth played

All of the Wolves players out on loan has played today – except Danny Batth.

He was on the bench as usual when Colchester United lost with 2.1 to a Carlisle team that was reduced to ten men for the second half. It looks like Andy Boothroyd has lost it. Bring on Danny Batth next time and you may get a clean sheet

Bristol Rovers played a goalless draw and Daniel Jones played the full 90. They met relegation candidates Tranmere at home. The Rovers dominated in the second half but could not take advantage of it. A disappointment for the team and for Daniel Jones, no doubt.

Two relegation threatened teams in League One met at Roots Hall – Southend and Exeter. And this match as well ended a goalless draw. The good thing about it, though, was that Scott Malone was back in action at left back. Hopefully he have retained the left back position for the rest of the season. He needs to play matches to be in form for the National U19 team.

In Queens Park Rangers we have two out on-loan players – Matt Hill and Carl Ikeme. QPR played a 1-1 draw against Sheffield United away. They seem to continue on their good spell and Carl and Matt are always in the starting eleven. Ikeme did three saves in the match and when Harper had a pinpoint cross bounced in the six-yard box in front of a whole host of Blades players, Ikeme did brilliantly to come out and claim the ball for Rangers.

Bristol City were not that lucky. Chris Iwelumo played only the first half of the game – a game that may be the last for him in the club – as his one month loan is up now. The match was practically over after 25 minutes as Reading was two goals up. It is reported that it was a poor performance by City.

On Monday we will probably know if Iwelumo will be back at Compton or if he has signed on for another month with Bristol. My guess is that he will stay at Bristol City. But I’m against it. Change him for Vokes, is my advice. But who listens to a little flea? 😆

Paddytheflea

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~ by paddytheflea on March 13, 2010.

4 Responses to “Loan Watch: Everybody but Batth played”

  1. Or change him for SEB even….. with a recall option of course.

    • SEB gets his 20-30 minutes now and then so hecontains his match fitness. And I believe that SEB and some others will find more playing time soon, as Wolves has three games in seven days next. I wouldn’t be surprised if SEB and Vokes or Iwelumo will play against West Ham – resting Doyle.

  2. Hi! Flea, forgot about Mark Little at Peterbro?

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