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Loan Watch: 9th February

11 February 2019

Tom Aldred

Motherwell were not in action this Saturday, but they played at St. Mirren on Wednesday, running away 2-1 winners.

Aldred played the full 90 minutes as Jake Hastie gave Motherwell the lead, before Paul McGinn levelled the scores. It took Alan Campbell three minutes to restore the lead for the ‘Well.

Scott Burgess

A late showing from York City ensured they took maximum points from relegation battlers Ashton United at Bootham Crescent.

Jordan Burrow bagged a brace in the final ten minutes to see his side to a 2-0 victory. Bury loanee Scott Burgess played the full 90 minutes for the Minstermen.

New manager Steve Watson recorded his first home league victory.

Dougie Nyaupembe

Dougie completed the full 90 minutes at his temporary side Stalybridge Celtic fell to a 2-0 home defeat to Witton Albion after goals from Bob Hopley and Tom Owens.

Joe Skarz

Joe played the full game for Halifax Town, picking up a booking, as they lost 1-0 to Chesterfield at the Proact Stadium.

A Scott Boden penalty was the difference as Halifax ended the day in 16th place in the league table.

Jordan Archer

There was no place in the starting eleven for Archer this week, as he started on the bench. He was introduced in the 90th minute as his temporary side recorded a 5-3 victory against Chorley at the Merseyrail Community Stadium.

Braces from Dion Charles and Jack Sampson, along with a goal from Devarn Green ensured the host of the victory, despite Alex Newby’s hat-trick for Chorley in response.

Harry Bunn

Bunn is still sidelined by injury, so was absent from Southend’s matchday squad. He watched on as the side he is at for the season battled to a 1-1 draw at the Valley after playing with ten men from the 27th minute.

Dru Yearwood was giving his matching orders before the half hour mark with Southend a goal to the good thanks to January recruit Stephen Humphrys.

Ben Reeves equalised for Charlton just before the hour mark, but the scores remained the same as Southend held on for a point.   


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