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LOAN REPORT: 30 NOVEMBER 2015

30 November 2015

Updates on Vaughan, Wright & Wilczynski

- Find out how Town's on loan players fared this week
- Terriers have six players out on loan
- Vaughan, Wright & Wilczynski all played this weekend

Huddersfield Town currently has six players out on loan at other clubs in England and Scotland; here’s an update on how they fared last week.

James Vaughan

Following his loan move last week, James made his Birmingham City debut on Saturday in a 2-1 defeat at Brighton & Hove Albion.

Vaughan played 26 minutes as a second half substitute as a striker, but could not affect the scoreline as the Blues fell to a second successive defeat.

As per the terms of his move, James cannot feature against the Terriers at St. Andrew's this weekend.

Jordy Hiwula

Striker Jordy didn't get on the pitch in Wigan's two games last week, but was an unused substitute in Saturday's 0-0 draw at Southend United.

The former Manchester City youngster has been in and out of Wigan’s side this season, but has an impressive goals to games ration since joining the Latics in August. Hiwula has made seven starts and three substitute appearances for his loan club, scoring a total of five times. 

Joe Wright

The defender has been a big part of the in-form Accrington Stanley squad that sits in the Play-Off places in Sky Bet League 2.

Wright made his 10th start for the Lancashire outfit on Saturday, playing the full 90 minutes at centre back as Accrington won 5-1 at York City.

William Boyle

The young centre back joined York City two weeks ago and made his second start for the Club during the tough 6-0 midweek defeat at Portsmouth, when the game was goalless until Jonathan Greening's red card.

Boyle, who is on loan at City until 3 January 2016, didn't feature in the squad for the aforementioned defeat at home to Accrington Stanley on Saturday.

Liam Coogans

The Academy striker has made three substitute appearances for Queen of the South in the Scottish Championship, one of which came in front of 44,000 people at Rangers’ Ibrox Stadium in a 2-1 defeat.

Coogans will be aiming to make an impression at The Doonhamers before his loan runs out on 4 January 2016.

The Club had no game at the weekend, so the youngster will hope to feature at St Mirren in the next league encounter on 5 December.

Ed Wilczynski

The young goalkeeper has now started six games for Hyde United on his loan spell since joining in late October.

Having extended his loan until January during the week, Ed played the full 90 minutes in goal as the Tigers drew 1-1 at home to Frickley Athletic on Saturday.

Gary Lowe’s side has struggled since Ed’s arrival, with two draws and four defeats in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League.


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