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Loan Round-Up: Clean sheets and FA Cup progress

30 November 2020

Eight Norwich City loanees were in action over the weekend, half of them involved in wins for their sides.

Starting in the Championship, Tom Trybull played 66 minutes of Blackburn Rovers’ 2-1 win at home to Barnsley on Saturday, a result that put Tony Mowbray’s side ninth and three points off the play-offs.

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In Germany’s second tier, Philip Heise was part of the Karlsruher SC defence to keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win at home to Paderborn. The former are now eighth in the 2. Bundesliga.

In the FA Cup second round, Carlton Morris played the full 90 minutes of Milton Keynes Dons’ 1-0 win away to Barnet.

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Meanwhile, there was also a clean sheet for Caleb Richards at Kidderminster Harriers, who beat Curzon Ashton 1-0 to remain second in the National League North. Harriers are three points behind Gloucester City but with two games in hand.

Waasland-Beveren drew 1-1 with Sint-Truiden on Saturday, Danel Sinani playing the full 90 minutes as his side stayed 17th in the Belgian Pro League.

Points were hard to come by for Timm Klose and FC Basel, however, who lost 1-0 away to Lugano. Basel are now fifth in the Swiss Super League.

Finally, Archie Mair and Simon Power played 90 and 81 minutes respectively of King’s Lynn Town’s 6-1 FA Cup second round defeat away to Portsmouth on Saturday.

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Players who were unused substitutes: Rocky Bushiri (KV Mechelen)

Players who weren’t involved in matchday squads: Melvin Sitti (Waasland-Beveren), Sam McCallum (Coventry City), Louis Thompson (MK Dons), Jordan Thomas (Leyton Orient), Akin Famewo (Charlton Athletic)

Players whose teams didn’t play on the weekend: Dan Adshead, Sebastian Soto (SC Telstar), Aidan Fitzpatrick (Queen of the South), Gassan Ahadme (Real Oviedo), Joe Rose (Bury Town)

Image credit: @Smudgerlinnet (Simon Power), (Carlton Morris)

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