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Loan Round-Up: Seven Canary loanees in action

16 November 2020

Seven Norwich City loanees got minutes under their belts throughout the international break, featuring for their respective clubs over last week.

City duo Carlton Morris and Louis Thompson were both involved twice for Russell Martin’s MK Dons. Morris played all 90 minutes in the Dons’ 2-1 loss to Southampton Under-21s in the Papa John’s Trophy, with Thompson featuring from the start of the second half.

The pairing would both then feature in the big 2-1 win over Sunderland back in League Two, this time Thompson getting 81 minutes, whilst Morris provided fresh legs for the last 26 minutes.

Right-back Jordan Thomas also featured twice for Leyton Orient in the week, playing every minute of the side’s 3-1 loss to Charlton Athletic in the Papa John’s Trophy before playing 78 minutes in the O’s 2-1 league loss to Colchester United.

Heading overseas to the Netherlands, Daniel Adshead got himself a total of 149 minutes of a possible 180, playing for the majority of SC Telstar’s losses to Go Ahead Eagles and NAC Breda.

Aidan Fitzpatrick enjoyed a win with Queen of the South in Scotland, the forward playing for all 90 minutes in their 3-1 win over Queen’s Park.

Looking to the National League, Louis Lomas also logged a full 90 minutes for Slough Town in their 2-0 loss to Billericay Town.

Finally, ending locally, Archie Mair and Simon Power both featured in King’s Lynn’s 5-1 loss to Sutton United, the former playing all 90 minutes and the latter coming on in the 60th for Ian Culverhouse’s Linnets.

Players who weren’t involved in matchday squads: Akin Famewo (Charlton Athletic), Gassan Ahadme (Real Oviedo), Sebastian Soto (SC Telstar)

Players whose teams didn’t have competitive fixtures: Rocky Bushiri (KV Mechelen), Philip Heise (Karlsruher SC), Caleb Richards (Kidderminster Harriers), Isak Thorvaldsson (IA Akranes), Melvin Sitti & Danel Sinani (Waasland-Beveren), Sam McCallum (Coventry City), Timm Klose (FC Basel), Tom Trybull (Blackburn Rovers)

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