Date:Sunday December 30 2012
Vital Leeds looks at how the loan players are doing away from Elland Road as they are all nearing the end of their current loan deals.
Zac Thompson - Bury
Thompson once again played the 90 minutes for Bury but they slipped to a defeat at Carlisle United.
Bury were two down after just ten minutes and despite pulling a late goal back they slipped to another defeat that leaves them in 22nd place in League One.
The 19-year-old midfielder has now made 15 appearances for Bury since arriving in October.
Robbie Rogers - Stevenage
Rogers wasn`t in action as Stevenage saw their home game with Notts County postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Rogers has made just 9 appearances since joining Stevenage in August with only three of them being starts.
Paul Rachubka - Accrington Stanley
He has now returned to Elland Road after being sent off against Plymouth recently meant he would serve a three-match suspension.
Rachubka was on a week-by-week deal with Stanley and he made six appearances during his time at the Crown Ground.
Alex Cairns - Stalybridge Celtic
Cairns kept his sixth clean sheet of the season for Celtic as they beat promotion chasing Bradford Park Avenue 2-0 at home.
The 19 year old has played 24 times for Celtic this season and he has started every game since his arrival in August.
Ross Killock - Alfreton Town
Killock was another to have the day off as Alfreton saw their game at Nuneaton postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The 19 year old has made 13 appearances with12 starts since joining them in October.
Lewis Turner - Harrogate Town
Harrogate were another side to see their game washed out as the pitch at Droylsden was unplayable due to the wet weather.
Both of their games have now been called off over the Christmas period due to the weather.
Lewis has made just one substitutes appearance since joining them in November.
Nathan Turner - Chester FC
Nathan Turner came on for the final eleven minutes for Chester as they continue their dominance at the top of the Blue Square North Division.
They are now fifteen points clear at the top after beating Hinckley United 3-0 at home.
He has now made three substitute appearances since joining them in November.
*All six players still out on loan are due to return to Leeds after the games on New Year`s Day.
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