Loaner Report 9/12/11

Oops, missed two weeks worth of the loaner reports including mentioning a few new names added to the list. My apologies, but here’s the full run down:

Lauri Dalla Valle and Keanu Marsh-Brown joined Dundee United on loan right before the summer transfer deadline. Rich wrote about Dalla Valle already, but Marsh-Brown joined the Scottish side on August 30. Both deals go until January. Rafik Halliche joined Swansea City on loan on August 31, also until January.

David Stockdale started and made 3 saves in Ipswich Town’s 2-0 loss at Blackpool on Saturday. On August 27 he started and made 6 saves in Ipswich’s 2-1 win over Leeds.

Carlos Salcido started and played 90 minutes in Tigres’ 5-0 win over Pachuca in Saturday. On August 27 he started and played 90 minutes in Tigres’ 1-0 at Atlas.

Lauri Dalla Valle started and played 70 minutes in Dundee United’s 1-0 loss to Rangers on Saturday. On August 27 he started and played 90 minutes in The Terrors 3-3 draw with St. Johnstone.

Keanu Marsh-Brown did not dress in Dundee United’s 1-0 loss to Rangers on Saturday.

Rafik Halliche did not dress in Swansea City’s 1-0 loss at Arsenal on Saturday.

Danny Hoesen started, played 90 minutes, and received a yellow card in Fortuna Sittard’s 2-2 draw with FC Den Bosch on Friday. I think he also drew a penalty. On August 26 he started and played 63 minutes in Fortuna Sittards’ 3-1 loss to Fortuna.

3 thoughts on “Loaner Report 9/12/11

  1. I read Carlos Salcido as “Curtis Slade”. Wouldn’t it be good if we had a player called Curtis Slade. I might use him in false rumours in the future.

    Sorry, anyone clicking on ‘comments’ has just lost 30 seconds of their life they won’t see again. I can only apologise for that.

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