Loan Watch: Danny Batth only winning Wolves player in action Saturday

Let’s take a quick watch at our players out on loan as usual.

Carl Ikeme is back at Wolves as his loan spell at QPR is over. They played manager Warnock’s old club Crystal palace today and did good – winning by two goals to nothing. Matt Hill wasn’t even on the bench and new loan signing ace Tosic occupied his spot.

Bristol City continues their good run with a win at home against fellow play-off prospects Swansea. but Stefan ‘The Hoff’ Maierhofer were nowhere to be seen. Not on the green and not on the bench. He will head home now as well.

In League One Southend are in deep trouble with debts and four points to safety over the relegation line. And they lost with two goals to nothing away to Leeds. Scott Malone had no active part in it, sitting on the bench.

George Friend and Exeter was a tad luckier, playing a draw against fellow relegation candidates Leyton Orient. They are four points over the relegation line.

Out third player out on loan in a League One team – Daniel Jones – played all match as Bristol Rovers lost to Oldham with 2-1. Seven points to play-off now. so they can probably forget about that.

But our fourth player out on loan to League One – Danny Batth – was today’s luckiest Wolves player as he played the full 90 for Colchester. They managed to take all three points after winning against fellow play-off candidates Swindon at home with three goals to nothing.

Wordsworth scored two of them in a match where the U’s took their chances while Swindon did not. Only goal difference up to a play-off spot now. Continue to play Batth and you will live long and prosper. 😆



~ by paddytheflea on April 10, 2010.

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