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Loan Watch: Nelson with another strong display as Thompson helps Pompey return to the summit

The latest from our players out on loan...

1 October 2018

Throughout 2018/19, 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 came on for the final 15 minutes for Kenny Jackett's Portsmouth on Saturday as they returned to the top of Sky Bet League One with a 3-1 comeback win at Rochdale. Ben entered the fray shortly after Pompey took the lead, contributing to sealing the victory in the closing stages.

Sid Nelson - Swindon Town

Sid Nelson maintained his progress at the weekend, keeping another clean sheet for Swindon Town as they stayed level on points with Oldham Athletic following a 0-0 draw with The Latics at the County Ground. The pair are among seven clubs on 16 points in Sky Bet League Two, with just a four-point gap between 4th and 16th places.

Tom King - AFC Wimbledon

Tom King was an unused substitute for Wimbledon as they returned to winning ways in League One with a 2-1 victory over Oxford United at Kingsmeadow. Neal Ardley's side have moved into 16th with the win, with Tom pushing to regain a starting place as the fixtures come thick and fast.

Fred Onyedinma - Wycombe Wanderers

Fred Onyedinma started for Wycombe as they went down 3-2 in an entertaining encounter with Southend United at Adams Park. Fred played 66 minutes in the match, with The Chairboys' late comeback just not enough to claim a share of the spoils. Fred was cup-tied last Tuesday for The Chairboys, as Norwich City won 4-3 in a pulsating Carabao Cup clash.

Harry Donovan - Dagenham & Redbridge

Harry Donovan played a combined 173 minutes across Dagenham's two Vanarama National League matches in the past week, becoming an important part of the side. Unfortunately, The Daggers were beaten 2-0 by Solihull Moors and 3-1 by Ebbsfleet United, attempting to lift themselves out of the relegation zone next weekend at Gateshead.

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