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Loan Watch - Saturday 12th January

14 January 2019

We take a look at the Shakers currently out on loan, and see how they and their temporary sides got on...


 Jordan Archer

Jordan was absent from the Southport squad as they came from 1-0 down at the break to beat Leamington 5-1, a result that saw them win their fifth Vanarama National League North game from the last seven.

A brace apiece from Brad Bauress and Dion Charles was added to by David Morgan as 'Port made it twelve games unbeaten in the League.


Chris Sang

Chris was an 80th minute substitute for Altrincham as they fell to a 4-1 defeat at Chorley.

Altrincham had the advantage at half-time through former Shaker Max Harrop's 23rd minute goal, but Chorley hit back in the second half.


Joe Skarz

Joe played the full 90 minutes at Halifax Town and Solihull Moors played out a 2-2 draw in the second round of the Buildbase FA Trophy.

Goals from Adi Yussuf and Nathan Blissett fired Solihull into a 2-goal lead, but Halifax struck back with goals of their own from Dayle Southwell and Matty Kosylo. Both sides will meet again on Tuesday evening in the replay.


Tom Aldred

Tom and his Motherwell side were again not in action due to the winter break in the Scottish Leagues.

Their next game is on Saturday when they host Ross County in the William Hill Scottish Cup.


Harry Bunn

Harry started Southend United's home game against Plymouth Argyle on Saturday, before being forced off after 34 minutes with a hamstring injury.

Plymouth took a three-goal lead through Antoni Sarcevic, Freddie Ladapo and Ruben Lameiras. Southend hit back through an 86th minute Simon Cox penalty and Charlie Kelman scored from the halfway line 2 minutes into injury time to make it 3-2, but Plymouth held on for the win.


Dougie Nyaupembe

Dougie went straight into Stalybridge Celtic's squad for their home game against Hednesford Town, after joining on loan on Friday.

He made an immediate impact, picking up the Man of the Match award on his debut as Stalybridge recorded a 1-0 win through Scott Bakkor's 68th minute finish.

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