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Arsenal Loans Round Up

by on December 11, 2011

Luke Freeman started for Stevenage in their draw against Preston yesterday, Chuks Aneke started on the bench for the League One side. Freeman was substituted on the sixty for his Arsenal team-mate Chuks Aneke. Neither of the duo could break the deadlock for Stevenage and the match ended 0-0.

Kyle Bartley started in a holding midfield role against Hibernian yesterday for league leaders Rangers, as they defeated Hibernian 2-0. The former England U-17 defender was taken off in the second-half and picked up a yellow card as well. Not playing in his natural position for Rangers and still not at his best yet because he’s only recently returned from a long-term injury.

Henri Lansbury wasn’t involved in the West Ham team which lost away to Reading yesterday. This is because Lansbury has only just came back from injury and featured for West Ham’s Reserve team last week in there win against Brentford. The Arsenal loanee played sixty minutes for West Ham’s second team.

Lansbury is likely to return to the West Ham squad for their next game against Barnsley because Jack Collison saw red against Reading and will be suspended.

Sanchez Watt made his debut for Sheffield Wednesday as they defeated Oldham, Watt started up front for the League One side in the first-half. But in the second-half he moved out to the left-wing where he won a penalty for Sheffield Wednesday.  Some Wednesday fans noticed how Watt impressed defensively helping out his team on his debut as well.

Carlos Vela assisted Real Sociedad’s only goal of the game against Villareal and was substituted with eight minutes to go.

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