Manchester United loan watch – Progress report

by Sam Peoples

By John de Loos

Fabio Da Silva’s game for QPR vs Chelsea only lasted 20 minutes as he went off injured. Fernando Torres accidentally stood on his ankle. It has been confirmed by QPR that Fabio pulled his hamstring and will be out for a number of weeks, which is the last thing he needs.

Ben Amos’s loan at Hull City is turning out to be quite a great experience for the young Manchester United keeper. They recorded their third consecutive home win, with a 4-1 win over Millwall. All four Hull City goals were scored in the first half. Unfortunately for Ben Amos, he wasn’t able to keep a clean sheet as Millwall were able to get a consolation goal in the 63rd minute of the game.

Reece Brown’s loan at Coventry City started as a good loan, in which he started in most of the games so far but for the second consecutive game, he remained on the bench for the full 90 minutes as he saw Coventry City loose to Tranmere Rovers 2-0.

John Cofie was handed another start for Sheffield United.  Cofie had a great chance to open the score but he could not direct the ball towards goal. It wasn’t the best of games from him and subsequently he found himself substituted in the 52nd minute.

Both Luke Giverin and Gyliano van Velzen started the game for Royal Antwerp on Saturday. Gyliano van Velzen had a very poor game as he played as a right midfielder. Luke Giverin started the first half as a defensive midfielder but ended up as a left back in the second half. He had a pretty decent game. Both loanees played the full 90 minutes as Royal Antwerp earned themselves a late minute draw, 1-1.Both McMahon

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Ak 09/17/2012 - 09:15

I hope ben amos will became the best goalkeer after returning from hull city on loan

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