Loan Watch: All action from Wolves players in the outback

I’m behind at this as well. And if you have not reached the information elsewhere I will update you on our players out on-loan.

As we already know Southend are at dire straits in League One – both economically and when it comes to league position – but when it comes to the economical issues they managed to pay the HMRC £400,000 the other day so they managed to avoid the wind up order.

But they lost again on Saturday – this time at home to Brighton. And Scott Malone was on the bench all game. But at least he gets a chance to play today for their reserves.

Exeter with George Friend did not do better. They are back in the relegation dogfight after losing out against fellow strugglers Tranmere. George played all match – a match where Exeter played an hour with ten men – but he was not among the best in his team.

Daniel Jones continues to play in the starting eleven for Bristol Rovers. The team is now a typical middle team of League One and played a goalless draw against another typical middle team – Brentford.

But Rovers were the better team and if it was not for the Brentford keeper with the sneezing name Wojciech Szczesny they would have earned themselves three points.

The only positive from the Colchester United game against Hartlepool away was that Danny Batth played all game again. But the team lost with 3-1 after having taken the lead. Six points to the play-off line now and they can probably forget all about it. Manager Boothroyd:

We started well – we scored a goal and we were deservedly on the front foot. But we made some poor decisions defensively and before you know it, we’re 2-1 down. We’re very disappointed. Some of the defending was poor. You can point fingers but it’s a bit pointless.

Hopefully Danny Batth will still be in the starting eleven against Tranmere next weekend. Then he can help George Friends Exeter to keep their noses over the relegation line.

The London team Queens Park Rangers has played two games while the flea has been idle. On Saturday they played against Cardiff and lost with an only goal and on Tuesday they won against Watford with an only goal.

This is not so interesting for a Wolves fan any more as Carl Ikeme is back at Compton and Matt Hill was on the bench against Cardiff and not even that against Watford. New loanee Tosic has taken Hill’s position as defender and he will have a hard time getting any playing time for the rest of the season.


~ by paddytheflea on April 21, 2010.

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