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Loan Watch: King keeps clean sheet in win, Brown starts at Celtic Park

We provide the latest updates on our lads out on loan

6 August 2018

Throughout 2018/19, we keep up with the news of our players out on loan deals. Here we have the latest on our four boys currently with their respective temporary clubs...

Sid Nelson – Swindon Town

Sid Nelson was handed a place on the bench by manager Phil Brown for Swindon’s dramatic League Two clash against Macclesfield Town. Whilst Sid was an unused substitute and waits for his debut, the Wiltshire side ran out 3-2 winners through a Michael Doughty hat-trick, after netting two injury-time penalties with Macclesfield looking on course to take the three points.

Tom King – AFC Wimbledon

Tom King helped get Wimbledon off to a winning start in Sky Bet League One with a clean sheet in a 1-0 success at Fleetwood Town. Joe Pigott’s second-half strike, combined with an assured display between the sticks from Tom throughout the 90 minutes, saw The Dons pick up three points on their travels.

James Brown – Livingston

Despite a defeat for Livingston upon their return to the Scottish Premiership, James Brown’s debut was an encouraging one as the defender started Livi’s league opener at Celtic Park. James played an hour of the match, which Celtic won 3-1, as they kick off their home campaign next weekend against Kilmarnock at the Tony Macaroni Arena.

Harry Donovan – Dagenham & Redbridge

Harry Donovan played the full match on his Dagenham debut, as his side were narrowly beaten 1-0 against Boreham Wood at Meadow Park. The Daggers finished the match with 10 men in Hertfordshire after a red card to Harry’s fellow debutant Ben Goodliffe, but the midfield man will be straight back into action in the coming days with successive home games against Maidstone United and Maidenhead United. 

Be sure to keep up with Loan Watch throughout the season as we keep track of the progress of all our lads during their loan periods.

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