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LUFC Leeds Loan Watch - October 6th-13th

Vital Leeds will once again be looking at how our loan players are doing away from Elland Road.

Leeds currently have four players out on loan. Steve Morison (Millwall), as well as Nathan and Lewis Turner (Chester) are all out on season long loans.

Ryan Hall is currently on a one-month loan deal with Sheffield United.


Steve Morison - Millwall (Season)
With the international break this weekend, Morison was not in action.

Appearances 7 goals 1


Nathan Turner - Chester (Season)
A catch up on midweek first. Nathan came off the bench for the final seconds of the game as Chester secured a much-needed win at Alfreton Town.

On Saturday, Nathan again came off the bench on 58 minutes as Chester held Cambridge to a goalless draw at home.

Appearances 13 goals 0


Lewis Turner - Chester (Season)
Lewis played the 90 minutes in midweek and it was his cross, which set up the only goal of the game as Chester secured their third win of the season at Alfreton.

Lewis again played 90 minutes in the draw with Cambridge on Saturday. Lewis was booked in the game late on as Chester frustrated the league leaders. Cambridge missed a great chance to win the game when Kwesi Appiah fired his penalty wide of the goal in the first half.

Four points from their two games in the last week has lifted Chester a place to 22nd in the Conference Premier Division.

Appearances 14 goals 1


Ryan Hall - Sheffield United (One Month - October 20th)
Hall came off the bench after 73 minutes and he claimed an assist with a good ball into the box that was headed home.

The blades lost 3-2 at Coventry to slip to the foot of the League One Table.

The game at Coventry brings to an end Hall`s one-month on loan at Bramall Lane.

Appearances 4 goals 0


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 13 2013

Time: 7:05PM

 

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