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Loan Watch: Saturday 19th January

21 January 2019

Jordan Archer and Chris Sang

Jordan and Chris’ temporary teams faced off in a National League North fixture which saw both strikers have to settle for a place on the bench. While Archer was an unused substitute, Sang was brought on as a substitute to see the game out for four minutes of stoppage time.

Altrincham came out on top at the J Davidson Stadium thanks to the only goal of the game from Jake Moult which came in the second half.


Dougie Nyaupembe

Just like Joe Skarz and Tom Aldred, Dougie Nyaupembe played every minute of the game at Stalybridge Celtic as his temporary side played out a 1-1 draw at Marine.

The visitors did take the lead through Cockerline who netted his first goal of the season for Stalybridge, before Danny Shaw’s strike levelled the scores, ensuring the points were shared.


Joe Skarz

Joe Skarz played every minute of Halifax’s goalless draw at Barrow on Saturday. The Shaymen did have the ball in the back of the net but Kosylo’s chipped goal was chalked off after being deemed offside.

Bury’s Skarz came close to grabbing an assist as his free-kick was headed just wide of the mark.


Tom Aldred

The defender played the full match as Motherwell crashed out of the 4th round of the Scottish Cup at the hands of Ross County.

Despite having home advantage, Motherwell had a lot to do following an 8-minute second-half brace from Brian Graham. The hosts did pull one back through academy graduate Jack Hastie in stoppage time, but it was only a consolation.


Harry Bunn

Harry Bun was not included in the matchday squad that travelled to Bradford this weekend after being forced off injured last week.

His loan side romped to a 4-0 win at the Northern Commercials Stadium after goals from Sam Mantom, Simon Cox and a Stephen Humphrys brace on his debut.

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