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14 hours ago, Unbelievable said:

Reports emerging that we are loaning out Lucas Debolle to Feyenoord, for him to be part of their U21 team. Article also mentions an affiliation between the clubs, which would be good news iyam: https://1908.nl/artikelen/de-bolle-moet-feyenoord-komen-versterken

Saw him in both games of the championship play off final v Airdrie. Started the first game and came off the bench 2nd leg. He didn’t really stand out. Did very little in fact.


didn’t the club announce some sort of affiliation/partnership with Feyenoord after the Minteh loan or have I made that up? I’m sure I remember seeing something about it and laughing because the Mackems think they have some special friendship with them



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A round-up of the weekend's action involving the Magpies' loanees, featuring a first Eredivisie goal for a teenage winger...


Yankuba Minteh

The Gambian wideman came off the bench for Feyenoord at Utrecht ten minutes into the second period and, with his side crusing to an eventual 5-1 victory in the Dutch top flight, he added extra gloss to the win with his first goal for the club. Dancing past the goalkeeper, the youngster then beat a retreating defender before slamming home into an empty goal to round off a fine day for him and his team.


Garang Kuol

Australian forward Kuol was also in action in the Eredivisie at the weekend, making his first start for FC Volendam and playing 80 minutes of their 2-0 home defeat to FC Twente.


Harrison Ashby

Full back Ashby has enjoyed a promising start to his loan at Championship side Swansea City, but was withdrawn at half time during their eventual 2-1 defeat to Bristol City on Saturday.


Ryan Fraser

Scotland international Fraser had an afternoon to forget, as Southampton were thrashed 5-0 by Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. He came on as a half time substitute for the Saints, with the score at 3-0.


Jeff Hendrick

Hendrick joined Sheffield Wednesday on a season-long loan on transfer deadline day, but didn't sign in time to make his debut in their 0-0 Championship draw at Leeds United.


Jamal Lewis

Left back Lewis again missed out on making his Watford bow through injury as the Hornets were held to a 3-3 draw at Coventry City in the second tier.


Kell Watts

Watts enjoyed a full 90-minute outing for Wigan Athletic as the Latics were beaten 2-1 at Blackpool in League One.


Max Thompson

Goalkeeper Thompson has had a fine start to his time at Northampton Town, but the teenager couldn't manage to keep a third successive clean sheet as they were beaten 1-0 by Wycombe Wanderers.


Joe White

White was another late exit at the back end of the transfer window, and he made his debut for Crewe Alexandra as they beat MK Dons 3-1 at home. The midfielder stepped off the bench just after the hour mark in the League Two clash.


Matty Bondswell

Defender Bondswell didn't make it off the sidelines during Newport County's 2-2 draw at home to AFC Wimbledon.


Jay Turner-Cooke

Having made his St Johnstone debut away against champions Celtic last week, Turner-Cooke was pitched in to a 2-2 draw with Dundee in the Scottish Premiership. He played the first 69 minutes before being replaced.


Cameron Ferguson

Frontman Ferguson started for Forfar Athletic against Clyde in Scottish League Two, but was taken off with 20 minutes remaining in what ended a goalless draw.


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Has Bondswell had a single minute on the pitch there yet? I really liked what I saw of him in that pre-season friendly in 21-22 but it doesn’t seem like he’s made any impact since then

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  • 2 weeks later...

Garang Kuol (Volendam):
24 hours after turning 19, the Australian international netted his first Eredivisie goal on Saturday, stylishly putting Volendam 1-0 up at Fortuna Sittard. However the hosts replied and ran out 3-1 winners.

Yankuba Minteh (Feyenoord):
It took just five minutes for Minteh to net his second club goal in as many games on Saturday, coming off the bench to net during a 6-1 home demolition of Heerenveen in the Eredivisie.

Isaac Hayden (Standard Liege):
There was a winning start to life in Belgium for Isaac on Sunday as Standard won 3-1 at AS Eupen in the Jupiler Pro League. The midfielder completed 73 minutes and collected a yellow card.

Jeff Hendrick (Sheffield Wednesday):
A 76 minute outing and a booking for the midfielder on Saturday, but the Owls were beaten 0-1 at home by Ipswich Town in the Championship and remain second bottom of the table.

Harrison Ashby (Swansea City):
The full back watched his side's 0-2 reverse at Cardiff City in the Championship on Saturday from the bench.

Jamal Lewis (Watford):
A belated Hornets bow for Jamal came on Saturday, introduced for the second half of a 2-0 home win over Birmingham City in the Championship.

Max Thompson (Northampton Town):
The goalkeeper had to be content with an unused substitute role on Saturday, as the Cobblers were  beaten 0-1 at Port Vale in League One.

Kelland Watts (Wigan Athletic):
The Latics notched up a 2-1 home success against Cambridge United in League One on Saturday, with Kell arriving from the bench in the 78th minute.

Joe White (Crewe Alexandra):
Introduced as a substitute on 85 minutes of Crewe's League Two visit to AFC Wimbledon on Saturday, Joe was on the field as the Railwaymen conjured up an added time goal to force a 2-2 draw.

Matty Bondswell (Newport County):
Matty was also an 85th minute replacement in a 1-1 home draw with Barrow in League Two on Saturday. 

Jay Turner-Cooke (St Johnstone):
The youngster came off the bench after 82 minutes of a 0-2 home loss to Rangers in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday. There was no further scoring.

Cameron Ferguson (Forfar Athletic):
Saturday saw Cameron play in the opening 45 minutes of Forfar's 2-2 home draw with Spartans in Scottish League Two. Ferguson was withdrawn with his side trailing 1-2.

Rodrigo  Vilca (Vozdovac):
There was no sign of the Peruvian on Saturday as his alleged new side beat Mladost Lucani 3-1 at home in the Super Liga.

Ryan Fraser (Southampton):
A 68 minute shift for Ryan as the Saints were demolished 1-4 at home by Leicester City in the Championship on Friday.


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