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Loan Watch: Onyedinma on scoresheet again as Nelson and Donovan pick up wins

Find out the latest from our players on loan

29 October 2018

Throughout 2018/19, millwallfc.co.uk will keep up with the news of our players out on loan deals. Here we have the latest on the five Lions currently with their respective temporary clubs...

Ben Thompson - Portsmouth

Ben Thompson was in the thick of the action for Portsmouth in the side’s two Sky Bet League One fixtures over the past week. The midfielder played both full matches as Pompey firstly drew 2-2 with Burton Albion at Fratton Park in midweek, before digging out another draw on Saturday – a 1-1 scoreline at Accrington Stanley. Kenny Jackett’s side sit two points clear at the top of the division.

Fred Onyedinma - Wycombe Wanderers

Fred Onyedinma continued his personal good form on Tuesday as he scored his second in as many games in a 3-0 victory over Rochdale at Adams Park. Fred notched the final goal of the match in the second half, before playing the full 90 minutes in a closely-contested 3-2 defeat at Walsall on Saturday.

Sid Nelson - Swindon Town

Sid Nelson played 90 minutes for Swindon Town in the team’s impressive Sky Bet League Two comeback victory at Notts County on Saturday, as The Robins recovered from a half-time deficit to take the three points with a 2-1 win. The defender was not involved in his side’s previous game last Tuesday, a 2-0 home defeat to Cambridge United.

Tom King - AFC Wimbledon

Tom King was on the substitutes’ bench for AFC Wimbledon as The Dons suffered two more defeats in League One, both by 2-0 margins. An away loss against Bristol Rovers on Tuesday was followed by Saturday’s home defeat to Luton Town.

Harry Donovan - Dagenham & Redbridge

Harry Donovan’s Dagenham & Redbridge endured a mixed week, as they were denied a place in the FA Cup First Round by Boreham Wood – who took a 1-0 replay win from the Chigwell Construction Stadium, with Harry playing the first half. The Daggers however followed this up with a 2-1 Vanarama National League victory over Harrogate Town, with Harry entering as a late substitute.


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