Markovic, Ward, Kent and others all have their progress checked in Pearson’s Loan Report

The Loan Report

Lazar Markovic – Hull City

The winger played 75 minutes in the 2-1 win over Swansea City on Saturday. It was a much needed win for Marco Silva’s side who had performed well recently but without picking up points. Lazar put in a decent display as helped the team remain disciplined early on. With Hull 1-0 ahead he was substituted for Elmohamady who created the second goal.

Danny Ward – Huddersfield Town

After missing the midweek game against Aston Villa through injury, Danny was recalled to the side and kept a clean sheet during the 1-0 win over Brentford. Although he was not called on often, he did maintain concentration to produce saves when needed. Huddersfield are now just six points behind the automatic promotion places.

Ryan Kent – Barnsley

The midfielder was granted a rare start in the midweek game against QPR. Ryan played 73 minutes but was unable to prevent his side going 2-0 down. Although he played with pace and broke well, he was not able to cause the opposition defence much issue. He was an unused substitute for the 1-1 draw with Ipswich.

Pedro Chirivella – Go Ahead Eagles

The Spanish midfielder played the full 90 minutes during his side’s 1-3 loss at home to PSV. During the game he completed almost 85% of passes but it wasn’t enough to prevent the loss causing his side to slip to the bottom of the league.

Cameron Brannagan – Fleetwood Town

Cameron once again had a 20 minute opportunity to display his skills at the end of the 4-2 loss to Bolton. It was not long enough for him to make much change to the outcome of the match but if he can continue to impress during these spells then he may be afforded more time going forward.

Andre Wisdom (Red Bull Salzburg) and Allan Rodrigues (Hertha Berlin) were unused substitutes where as Jon Flanagan (Burnley) was not eligible to play against his parent club.

Mamado Sahko (Crystal Palace) did not play as his sides game was postponed due to the FA Cup.

Taiwo Awoniyi (NEC Nijmegen) was not selected by NEC Nijmegen