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The final weekend of the regular Football League season signalled the end of several youngsters’ loan spells up and down the country.
Shane Duffy played the 39th and final match of his stint with Yeovil Town. The Glovers already knew they had been demoted to League One and there was further disappointment as they signed off for the 2013/14 season with...
It was a double-header for Everton’s loanees throughout the Football League as the picture for promotion and relegation became clearer following the Easter weekend results.
We start this week’s round-up in the Championship where Shane Duffy completed back-to-back 90 minutes for Yeovil Town.
But it was a desperate weekend for the Glovers who are now all but relegated after taking just...
Shane Duffy scored just his second ever goal in senior English football on Saturday afternoon to help Yeovil Town earn a precious point against Reading.
John Lundstram also found the net in the same game – but unfortunately it was his own as the Royals claimed a 1-1 draw in a tasty contest at the Madejski Stadium.
Duffy, making the 25th appearance...
Matthew Pennington and Matthew Kennedy were the only two Everton loanees in action over the weekend.
The duo, who are both enjoying spells with Tranmere, played in Rovers’ 2-2 draw away at League One relegation rivals Bristol City on Saturday.
Tranmere showed character, twice fighting back from falling behind to earn a precious point in their battle against the drop.
Central defender Pennington...
Luke Garbutt was the only Everton loan player involved in domestic action over the weekend as the international fixtures took over.
After agreeing to extend his stay at Colchester for a further month last week, the left-back completed another full game in League One against Walsall on Saturday afternoon.
The U’s were on course to record a clean sheet and, more importantly,...