Leeds Loan Watch - october 27th - November 2nd
Vital Leeds will once again be looking at how our loan players are doing away from Elland Road.
Leeds currently have seven players out on loan. Steve Morison (Millwall), as well as Nathan and Lewis Turner (Chester) are all out on season long loans.
Charlie Taylor (Fleetwood Town) and Ross Killock (Chester FC) are currently on a one-month loan deals.
Simon Lenighan (Bradford Park Avenue) and Aidy White (Sheffield United) have both gone out on loan this week.
Steve Morison - Millwall (Season)
Steve Morison once again came off the bench for Millwall. He came on after 67 minutes of their 2-2 home draw with top of the table Burnley.
His appearance from the bench was his sixth in ten appearances for the Lions so far this season.
Appearances 10 goals 1
Nathan Turner - Chester (Season)
Nathan played the 90 minutes for Chester as they were denied what would have been a crucial three points against fellow relegation strugglers Aldershot, when they conceded an equaliser in the dying seconds.
Appearances 16 goals 0
Lewis Turner - Chester (Season)
Lewis made his seventeenth appearance of the season for Chester in the same game. He is providing a number of good crosses from the left this season, creating plenty of chances for the Chester attack.
Appearances 17 goals 1
Charlie Taylor - Fleetwood Town (One Month - November 12th)
Taylor played his part for Fleetwood as they went to the top of League Two with a 4-1 home win against Newport County.
Taylor was upended in the area to win a penalty for Fleetwood`s third goal, one of three penalties in the game.
The youngster is impressing the Fleetwood fans. Stainingred on the Independent Fleetwood fans forum stated:
I think we would all agree that Newport deserved more from their first half heroics but come the second half there was really only one team in it. We can now see why Bury fans thought so highly of Schuey who had a stand out game but I thought Charlie Taylor was excellent throughout the match and boy will we miss him when he goes back.
Appearances 4 goals 0
Ross Killock - Chester FC (Month)
Central defender Killock made his second appearance for Chester in the 1-1 draw with Aldershot, a result that sees them remain in the relegation zone in the Conference Premier Division.
Appearances 2 goals 0
Simon Lenighan - Bradford Park Avenue (Month
A catch up on the midweek action first. Lenighan came off the bench for Bradford on an eventful night in their FA Cup replay at Kidderminster Harriers.
The game kicked off 30 minutes late after the Bradford bus broke down and the Conference North Division side came close to causing a shock against the Conference Premier Division promotion chasers. Bradford had the best of the game in normal time and were only denied a winner when they hit the inside of the post late in the game.
The game went to extra-time, with Lenighan coming on with them 1-0 down in the first half of extra-time. Kidderminster extended their lead before Bradford scored what was to be a late consolation in a game that did not finish until 10.54pm.
On Saturday, Lenighan came off the bench just past the hour with Bradford down to ten-men in their home game against Gloucester City. Bradford were already leading 2-1 when he entered the fray and they went on to score another goal late on to ensure a comfortable win.
Appearances 1 goals 0
Aidy White - Sheffield United (January 1st)
White made his debut for Sheffield United in their 2-0 defeat at Shrewsbury Town on Saturday, a result that sees the blades drop back into the relegation zone.
White played the first half on the left wing but he was dropped back in at left back in the second half as the blades chased the game.
Appearances 1 goals 0
Ryan Hall - Sheffield United
Appearances 5 goals 0
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