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LUFC Leeds United loan watch

Leeds United currently have four players out on loan and two of them made their debuts this weekend.

Lloyd Sam scored on his Notts County debut on Saturday. He came off the bench in the 58th minute and scored with two minutes to go. They still lost 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday at Meadow Lane.

Maik Taylor made his debut for Millwall as they lost 3-2 at home to table toppers Southampton. Ricky Lambert was at it again for Southampton with a hat trick, including two penalties in the closing minutes of the game.

Fellow goalkeeper Paul Rachubka kept his first clean sheet for Leyton Orient as they beat Brentford 2-0 at Brisbane Road.

Sanchez Payne played no part for Buxton as they beat Frickley Athletic 3-0 at home to help in their fight against relegation.

The loan window closes this Thursday for the remainder of the season.

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Date:Monday March 19 2012

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