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Loan Round-Up

How on-loan Blues fared this weekend.

Loan Round-Up

Everton's loan players got plenty more experience under their belts this weekend.
 
Midfielder James Wallace completed 90 minutes for Tranmere, but couldn't prevent a 1-0 defeat away to Chesterfield as Rovers dropped to 19th in League One.

The result was terminal for boss Les Parry who was sacked shortly after the game.
 
Adam Forshaw made his first start for Brentford and played for the whole of their 2-1 defeat at Yeovil. Fellow Academy graduate Jake Bidwell, also at the Bees, was an unused substitute.
 
Aristote Nsiala helped Accrington Stanley fight out a 2-2 draw at home to Port Vale. The 19-year old defender was booked in his full game outing as Paul Cook's side remain 14th in League Two.
 
In the same division Luke Garbutt also played for 90 minutes as Cheltenham Town struck late to grab a 2-2 draw with lowly Northampton. The point sees the Robins stay just three points behind league leaders Swindon Town.

Peter SwansonI really like this weekly loan round up .Keep it up Everton, Everton Legends for the future..IMWT

Monday 5th March 02:46 Report Comment

Victor TayCome young Toffees, focus on learning and come up to Goodison Park a better player. Prepare as well as you can and be ready, you never know when your chance would come, just ask Duffy!

Sunday 4th March 18:20 Report Comment
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