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LOAN ROUND-UP: MCGEEHAN ON TARGET

2 February 2015

Seven City players currently out on loan

CAMERON McGeehan continued his goal-scoring exploits for Cambridge United last Tuesday by registering the opener in their 1-1 draw with Dagenham & Redbridge.

The 19-year-old then completed 90 minutes against former temporary employers Luton Town at the weekend, but was unable to prevent his side from falling to a 3-2 defeat.

Since joining the U’s earlier this month, McGeehan has struck three times in three league appearances, and looks set to face Manchester United in the FA Cup at Old Trafford tomorrow evening.

In League One, both Harry Toffolo and Louis Thompson played the whole match as Swindon Town were beaten 2-0 at Sheffield United on Saturday.

The result marked Swindon’s first defeat for six games, leaving them three points shy of league-leaders Bristol City.

There was also a weekend appearance in the division for Jamar Loza, who completed 45 minutes for struggling Yeovil as they went down 1-0 to Peterborough United.

Meanwhile, Jacob Murphy was an unused substitute on Saturday as an increasingly impressive Scunthorpe United won 4-1 at Leyton Orient as they chase a play-off spot.

The winger had played just over an hour of their previous game against MK Dons in midweek, helping the Iron to a 1-1 draw against Karl Robinson's high-flying side.

Further down the Football League pyramid, Carlton Morris made a late appearance as a substitute during York City’s narrow 1-0 defeat away to Southend United.

Morris is yet to start a game for the Minstermen, but has now featured off the bench in seven of their matches so far this season.

Finally, Ricky van Wolfswinkel couldn’t prevent St-Etienne from slipping to a 1-0 defeat at Caen on Sunday.

The Dutch striker played the entire match for Les Verts, with Julien Feret notching the winner for the home side shortly before the break.
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