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LUFC Leeds United Loan Watch - Easter Monday

LUFC Leeds United Loan Watch - Easter Monday

Leeds United have eight players out on loan at the moment and Vital Leeds is once again look at how the players are doing on their travels.

Lee Erwin - Oldham Athletic (Season-long loan)
Appearances 29 (10) Total 39 Goals 10

Erwin played the 90 minutes for Oldham on Monday as they lost 1-0 at Bristol Rovers.

Jordan Botaka - Charlton Athletic (Season-long loan)
Appearances 10 (18) Total 28 Goals 2

Botaka made his tenth start of the season for Charlton as they cruised to a 3-0 win against Gillingham.

Botaka provided an assist for Charlton`s third goal.

The DR Congo international completed 75 minutes before being substituted and he has only completed 90 minutes twice in his 28 appearances for Charlton.

Giuseppe Bellusci - Empoli (Season-long loan)
Appearances 27 (0) Total 27 Goals 1

No game on Monday

Jack McKay - Airdrie (End of the season)
Appearances 6 (6) Total 12 Goals 1

No game on Monday

Luke Murphy - Burton Albion (End of the season)
Appearances 16 (2) Total 18 Goals 1

Murphy completed the 90 minutes for Burton as they made a huge stride to securing their Championship future with a 2-0 win at Birmingham City.

The midfielder will be ineligible for Burton on Saturday against Leeds.

Toumani Diagouraga - Ipswich Town (End of the season)
Appearances 9 (2) Total 11 Goals 0

Diagouraga was an unused substitute for Ipswich on Monday as they beat Newcastle United 3-1 at Portman Road.

Alex Purver - Guiseley (End of the season)
Appearances 19 (7) Total 26 Goals 2

Purver came off the bench on 69 minutes for Guiseley in their 2-1 home defeat by Tranmere Rovers.

Guiseley have now lost three games in a row and are just one point above the relegation places with two games remaining.

Michael Taylor - Guiseley (End of the season)
Appearances 0 (0) Total 0 Goals 0

Taylor was not in the Guiseley squad for the clash with Tranmere.

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Date:Tuesday April 18 2017
Time: 7:00PM

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