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LUFC Leeds United Loan Watch

Vital Leeds looks at how the Leeds United loan players are doing away from Elland Road.

Dominic Poleon and Zac Thompson continue to do well in League One with Bury.

Poleon was once again heavily involved for the Shakers.

The young striker was trying to claim the first goal in their 2-0 win over Portsmouth. Poleon was close to the line and he may have got a touch but the goal has been given to Bury defender Adam Lockwood.

Poleon also went close with a stinging drive after being put through by Thompson.

In the second half, Poleon once again showed his pace when he stripped former Leeds loan defender Carl Dickinson down the right wing. Dickinson eventually hauled Poleon to the floor for a penalty and Steven Schumacher made no mistake from the spot.

Poleon was eventually substituted on 84 minutes whilst Thompson completed 90 minutes.

Since the duo arrived at Gigg Lane with Bury rooted to the bottom of League One, Bury have lost just one of their seven games and are now unbeaten in five, winning the last three.

Despite the run, they remain in 23rd in League One.

The duo are due to return to Elland Road after next weekend`s games although Bury boss Kevin Blackwell is desperate to extend the loan.

Robbie Rogers was once again a unused substitute for Stevenage despite losing 4-1 at home to Preston North End.

Rogers has made just seven appearances since joining Stevenage in August and he has played just nine minutes in his three appearances since starting the game against Dagenham on September 4th.

Ross Killock once again completed 90 minutes for Alfreton Town in the Blue Square Conference Premier Division.

Alfreton beat league leaders Newport County 4-3 on Friday night to move away from the relegation zone.

Killock has now started all eight games for Alfreton since his arrival.

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Date:Sunday November 11 2012

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