LUFC Leeds loan watch - How the seven are doing
With two more Leeds players heading out on loan this week making the total seven altogether, it`s a good chance to catch up with how they are all doing.
Lubomir Michalik - Carlisle
The big Slovakian defender joined Carlisle on a six-month loan deal in August and despite recently being sidelined, he made his ninth start in the 2-1 defeat at Walsall this weekend.
He`s already a leading contender for the sides goal of the season having scored a 40 yard thunderbolt in the game at Hartlepool.
Mike Grella - Carlisle
Grella started his first game at Walsall since extending his loan at Carlisle into a second month. The striker opened the scoring to score his third goal in six appearances but he couldn`t stop the side slipping to a defeat.
Aidy White - Oldham
The young left back joined Oldham in the week and made a dream debut when he scored the only goal of the game in the 1-0 win at Dagenham and Redbridge this weekend.
Adam Clayton - Peterborough
Clayton joined the League One side in the week and he started the game on Saturday on the bench at Southampton. By the time he was introduced to the action in the 54th minute they were already trailing 3-0. His introduction did stem the flow with the score finishing 4-1.
Tom Lees - Bury
The 20 year old joined Bury at the start of the season on a six-month loan deal, he celebrated his birthday on Thursday by helping the side to second place in the table with a 3-1 win at Burton on Friday night.
Lees as started all 19 of Bury`s games so far this season and he`s scored two goals including one in the recent FA Cup win over Exeter City.
Alan Martin - Barrow
Martin joined Barrow on loan until January and has made twelve appearances so far for the struggling Blue Square Premier League side. The 21 year old hasn`t started a game since the 1-0 home defeat to Luton at the start of October.
Tom Elliott - Rotherham
Elliott is with the Millers on a six-month loan deal and he continues to frustrate the Rotherham boss Ronnie Moore as he is continuously injured. So far the striker has made just five starts and two substitute appearances and he`s yet to score his first goal for the club. He made his last appearance on the 13th November when he came off the bench against Oxford and he wasn`t included in the squad for this weekends game with Crewe.
The loan transfer window closes on the 26th November until it reopens during the January transfer window.
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