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Loans so far:

1/Will Keane to Preston

2/Ben Pearson to Barnsley

3/Joe Rothwell to Barnsley

Rothwell just scored on his debut.

No loans for Reece James and Powell? Not on pre-season squad? Any idea what the deal is with those two?

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No loans for Reece James and Powell? Not on pre-season squad? Any idea what the deal is with those two?

Powell still not recovered from is injury, James played yesterday for the u21s.

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Loan Watch: Ben Pearson grabs an assist for Barnsley!

The new season has started, thankfully. Manchester United have three prospects currently on loan in the Football League. Will Keane on a season-long deal with Sky Bet Championship side Preston North End and both Ben Pearson and Joe Rothwell on loan with Sky Bet League One side Barnsley, which expire on the 3rd January. All three players spent spells away from Old Trafford last season with Pearson being the one that achieved the most, stepping up from U21 football, to the standard in League One.

Here is how I feel all three players fared in their opening matches this season:

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 90 minutes in the 3-1 defeat to Chesterfield in the Sky Bet League One. Pearson had an average game on his first start for his loan club this season, grabbing an assist in Barnsley’s only goal of the game inside the fourth minute. The young United midfielder made some mistakes for Barnsley, but that is all a learning curve for the youngster, who could have a very good future at the club should he continue to prove himself on his second loan spell away from Old Trafford.

Next Match: Scunthorpe United – Carling Cup – Tuesday 11th August 2015; KO 19:45

Joe Rothwell – Barnsley

Joe Rothwell played seven minutes in the 3-1 defeat against Chesterfield in the Sky Bet League One, replacing George Smith. The United youngster was not on the pitch long enough to make an impact to the game. His loan spell with Blackpool last season was disastrous, but he had an impact for Warren Joyce’s U21 side late last season. This loan spell, should he push himself into the starting XI, could define his future at Old Trafford.

Next Match: Scunthorpe United – Carling Cup – Tuesday 11th August 2015; KO 19:45

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane played 84 minutes in the 0-0 draw with Middlesbrough in the Sky Bet Championship. Keane had an average game on his debut for Preston North End. He had a couple of chances on goal, a shot which was saved bu the Boro keeper on the 28th minute and an off target shot six minutes later. The young Manchester United striker held up the ball well for his team and made it hard for the opposition to get the ball off him. He was replaced six minutes from time with Jordan Hugill replacing him.

Next Match: Crewe Alexandra – Carling Cup – Wednesday 12th August 2015; KO 19:45

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-ben-pearson-grabs-an-assist-for-barnsley/

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Loan Watch: Keane scores his first goal for Preston!

Manchester United have so far loaned three players this summer. They all made their debuts this season with their loan clubs at the weekend, playing in the Capital One Cup midweek with all three players progressing into the second round of the cup tournament. Will Keane scored his first goal for Preston North End, hopefully it will be the first of many.

Here is how I feel the players fared in their matches this week;

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane played 90 minutes in the 3-1 win over Crewe Alexandra in the Capital One Cup. Keane played well and bagged his first goal with a tidy finish to make it 2-0 early on. The young Manchester United striker showed his class with some great link up play with his team mates, kept his role upfront and made it hard for the opposition to get the ball away from him. He could may well be a key player to Preston’s season to stay up in the Sky Bet Championship and maybe go on a cup run too.

Next Match: MK Dons – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 15th August 2015; KO 15:00

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 120 minutes in the 7-6 win on penalties over Scunthorpe United which finished 1-1 after 90 minutes in the Capital One Cup. Pearson had a good game and stopped the majority of the attacks that Scunthorpe threw at them. He got a yellow card 66th minute for a late challenge also the youngster missed a penalty in the shoot-out which was saved by the keeper.

Next Match: Burton Albion – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 15th August 2015; KO 15:00

Joe Rothwell – Barnsley

Joe Rothwell played 89 minutes in 7-6 win on penalties over Scunthorpe United which finished 1-1 in 90 minutes in the Capital One Cup. Rothwell had an average game in midfield. He kept it simple, kept the ball and made himself available for his team-mates. The Manchester United youngster showed his potential in some parts of the game, but was substituted late on in the game, missing extra time and the penalty shoot out.

Next Match: Burton Albion – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 15th August 2015; KO 15:00

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-keane-scores-his-first-goal-for-preston/

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Loan Watch: Ben Pearson continues to show his class for Barnsley

Manchester United currently have three players out on loan so far this season; Ben Pearson and Joe Rothwell, both with Sky Bet League One side Barnsley and Will Keane, with Sky Bet Championship side Preston North End. I am sure more names will be added to the loan list by the time the transfer window closes on the 1st September. During the week, Keane scored his first goal for his loan club in the Capital One Cup, Pearson made his second start of the season, with Rothwell making his debut last weekend off the bench and his first start during the Capital One Cup penalty win during the week.

Here is how I feel all three players fared in their matches this weekend:

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane played 80 minutes in the 1-0 victory over MK Dons in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday afternoon. Keane had two shots during his time spent on the pitch, one being blocked and the other well off target. The young striker scored his first goal for the club in midweek, earning a place in the second round of the Capital One Cup. There was not to be a second goal this week for the player though. Keane was sent through on goal shortly before being replaced, ut was ruled offside. Jordan Hugill replaced the Manchester United striker, and saw red minutes later for a stamp. Preston were lucky to take away the three points from the Dons.

Next Match: Rotherham United – Sky Bet Championship – Tuesday 18th August 2015; KO 19:45

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 90 minutes in the 1-0 victory over Burton Albion in the Sky Bet League One on Saturday afternoon. Pearson was head and shoulders the best player involved in the match and it is great seeing a player of his calibre achieve that in the third tier of English football. Currently on loan until January, it is thought he may rise to the Championship for the second half of the season, which could get him ready for the first team in maybe a years time. Pearson must be the first name on the team sheet for Barnsley and they will be glad to have him back after the impact he made on his loan spell last season. Great talent.

Next Match: Millwall – Sky Bet League One – Tuesday 18th August 2015; KO 19:45

Joe Rothwell – Barnsley

Joe Rothwell played 54 minutes in the 1-0 victory over Burton Albion in the Sky Bet League One on Saturday afternoon. Rothwell won a free kick in his own half after eleven minutes of play. It was his United team-mate Ben Pearson who was deemed the best player during the match. Rothwell was replaced by Conor Hourihane on the 54th minute of the match, the player that scored the penalty 13 minutes later after Josh Scowen was fouled in the box. Rothwell is a talented player, but may take him some time to reach the fitness level needed to play more of a part for his team this season.

Next Match: Millwall – Sky Bet League One – Tuesday 18th August 2015; KO 19:45

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-ben-pearson-continues-to-show-his-class-for-barnsley/

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Loan Watch: Pearson impresses, but is forced of with injury

Manchester United currently hae three players out on loan so far this season; Will Keane, on loan with Preston North End for the remainder of the season and both Ben Pearson and Joe Rothwell who are spending until the 3rd January with Barnsley. All three players have made appearances since the start of the season. Here is how I felt they all fared during this weeks midweek matches:

Will Keane – Preston North End 

Will Keane played 71 minutes in the 0-0 draw with Rotherham United in the Sky Bet Championship. Keane  had a quiet game, with a couple of chances including one which was put over the bar after a brilliant ball from Joe Garner. The Manchester United striker is showing a lot of promise with his ability to hold up the ball and help out his team-mates around him.

Next Match: Ipswich Town – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 22nd August 2015; KO 15:00

Ben Pearson – Barnsley 

Ben Pearson played 83 minutes in the 3-2 victory over Millwall in the Sky Bet League One. Pearson played well during the 3-2 victory and offered a lot in the defensive side, but sadly his game was cut short due to injury and was replaced by Joe Rothwell.

Next Match: Bradford City – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 22nd August 2015; KO 15:00

Joe Rothwell – Barnsley 

Joe Rothwell played seven minutes in the 3-2 victory over Millwall in the Sky Bet League One. Rothwell came on in the 83rd minute for fellow loanee Ben Pearson, who was substituted due to injury. He impressed with the short amount of time he was on the pitch and just continued to sit in front of the back four and cut out any of the chances Millwall created.

Next Match: Bradford City – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 22nd August 2015; KO 15:00

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-pearson-impresses-but-is-forced-of-with-injury/

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Loan Watch: Keane misses out due to a minor knock!

Manchester United currently have three players out on loan so far this season, with many more expected to be given spells away from the club to gain experience in a first team environment, which helps in the players development. Currently, Ben Pearson and Joe Rothwell are spending the first half of the season at Sky Bet League One side Barnsley, with Will Keane spending the season with newly promotes Sky Bet Championship side Preston North End. Here is how I feel the players fared this weekend.

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane was not involved due to a minor knock in the 2-1 defeat to Ipswich Town in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday afternoon.

Next Match: Watford – Capital One Cup – Tuesday 25th August 2015; KO 19:45

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 63 minutes in the 0-0 draw with Bradford City in the Sky Bet League One on Saturday afternoon. Pearson had an average game, having a couple of chances on goal which have not come very often for the Manchester United youngster. He had his best chance just before he was substituted, but the Bradford City goalkeeper made a brilliant save. Pearson is one for the future and made his transition from U21 football to League One standard last season with a spell at the South Yorkshire club.

Next Match: Everton – Capital One Cup – Wednesday 26th August 2015; KO 19:45

Joe Rothwell – Barnsley

Joe Rothwell did not feature in the 0-0 draw with Bradford City in the Sky Bet League One on Saturday afteroon.

Next Match: Everton – Capital One Cup – Wednesday 26th August 2015; KO 19:45

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-keane-misses-out-due-to-a-minor-knock/

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Loan Watch: Ben Pearson shows his potential in Capital One Cup defeat!

Manchester United currently have three players out on loan so far this season, with many more expected to be given spells away from the club to gain experience in a first team environment, which helps in the players development. Currently, Ben Pearson and Joe Rothwell are spending the first half of the season at Sky Bet League One side Barnsley, with Will Keane spending the season with newly promoted Sky Bet Championship side Preston North End.

Here is how I feel the players fared during the Capital One Cup matches this week:

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 120 minutes in the 5-3 defeat to Everton in the Capital One Cup. Pearson played well even though they lost, but he showed some brilliant break up in play for his side, but unfortunately Everton turned up the pace and started playing well and caused a lot of problems for Barnsley in extra time.

Next Match: Rochdale – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 29th August 2015; KO 15:00

Joe Rothwell – Barnsley

Joe Rothwell played 30 minutes in the 5-3 defeat to Everton in the Capital One Cup. Rothwell came on in the last couple of minutes of normal time for right back Reece Wabara. He played right in extra time and did well even though it isn’t his normal position, but Everton turned up the pace and really took advantage and went on to win the cup tie.

Next Match: Rochdale – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 29th August 2015; KO 15:00

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane did not feature in the 1-0 victory over Watford in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday evening.

Next Match: Hull City – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 29th August 2015; KO 15:00

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-ben-pearson-shows-his-potential-in-capital-one-cup-defeat/

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GRIMSHAW AND O'HARA SECURE LOAN MOVES

Manchester United's Liam Grimshaw and Kieran O’Hara completed loan moves to Motherwell and Morecambe on transfer deadline day.

Grimshaw was nominated for the club’s Under-21s Player of the Year award last season and, looking forward, the versatile midfielder is now determined to impress at Fir Park until January. Speaking about his temporary stay under manager Ian Baraclough, Grimshaw admits he is excited by the move after aprevious stint at Morecambe in 2014.

“I’m looking forward to it and it’s a new experience for me,” Grimshaw told MFC TV. “First of all, I’ll be looking to get into the side and then I’ll be looking to play as many games as possible, and try to improve as a player.

“I’ve played a few positions for United, starting at centre-back then right-back but I prefer midfield. I like to get my foot in and pass the ball simply. I’ve watched a few games in Scotland and know it’s a good standard and I can’t wait to get playing.”

Meanwhile, young Reds goalkeeper O’Hara has signed for Morecambe on a one-month youth loan. The 19-year-old will join the Shrimps up to their match against Luton Town on 29 September, providing cover for Barry Roche after reserve stopper Tony Thompson dislocated his finger in training last week.

Morecambe are currently 10th in League Two and manager Jim Bentley has hailed his new signing: “We welcome Kieran to the club and hope he enjoys his time here and learns a lot from his experience.”

source: http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Features/Football-News/2015/Sep/Liam-Grimshaw-and-Kieran-O-Hara-complete-loan-moves.aspx

Loan Watch: Keane features for Preston after recovering from a knock!

Manchester United currently have three players out on loan so far this season, with many more expected to be given spells away from the club to gain experience in a first team environment, which helps in the players development. Currently, Ben Pearson and Joe Rothwell are spending the first half of the season at Sky Bet League One side Barnsley, with Will Keane spending the season with newly promoted Sky Bet Championship side Preston North End. Tyler Blackett has made a loan move to Scottish Premier League side Celtic this week with Adnan Januzaj heading for Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund, which should end with both players developing their playing style this season.

Here is how I feel the players fared during their matches this weekend:

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane played 20 minutes in the 2-0 defeat to Hull City in the Sky Bet Championship. Keane replaced for Chris Humphrey in the 70th minute and struggled to make an impact in the game. Keane had previously missed the last few matches due to receiving a knock in the run up to a recent match.

Next Match: Derby County – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 12th September 2015; KO 15:00

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 90 minutes in the 3-0 defeat to Rochdale in the Sky Bet League One. Pearson had a difficult game in midfield for Barnsley. He had a couple of chances, but missed the target. Overall it was an off day for the whole Barnsley side.

Next Match: Shrewsbury – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 5th September 2015; KO 15:00

Joe Rothwell – Barnsley

Joe Rothwell played 45 minutes in the 3-0 defeat to Rochdale in the Sky Bet League One. Rothwell didn’t really make an impact in the game. He made a couple of errors and he was substituted for Daniel Crowley.

Next Match: Shrewsbury – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 5th September 2015; KO 15:00

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-keane-features-for-preston-after-recovering-from-a-knock/

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Loan Watch: Love grabs an assist for Wigan!

Manchester United loan players were in action again today with Donald Love grabbing an assist in a 5-0 win, Pearson starting again for Barnsley, Blackett played well for Celtic and Joel Pereira on the bench for Rochdale.

Here is how I thought they got on at their loan clubs;

Ben Pearson – Barnsley 

Ben Pearson played 90 minutes in the 2-1 defeat to Southend United in the Sky Bet League One. Pearson played alright even though the game ended in defeat, but he made some crucial challenges when he needed too. He could’ve prevented the second for Southend, but he didn’t track his man who played a big part in the goal which won the game. The Manchester United youngster has become a key part to Barnsley’s season so far and has played in nearly every game this season.

Next Match: Walsall – Sky Bet League One – Tuesday 20th October 2015;KO 19:45

Tyler Blackett – Celtic 

Tyler Blackett played 90 minutes in the 1-0 win against Motherwell in the Scottish Premier League. Blackett had a fairly easy game at the back for Celtic, with not much to do, but he defended well when needed too. He is starting to cement his place into the back four of Celtic due to some impressive performances so far this season.

Next Match: Molde – Europa League – Thursday 22nd October 2015;KO 20:05

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane played 22 minutes in the 0-0 draw with Cardiff City. Keane did not make an impact really up front when he came on. He has really struggled to get into matches when he starts or comes on as a substitute. He’s done well in some games but he’s consistent enough to grab a place at Manchester United in he future.

Next Match: Charlton Athletic – Sky Bet Championship – Tuesday 20th October 2015;KO 19:45

Adnan Januzaj – Borussia Dortmund 

Adnan Januzaj did not feature in the 2-0 win against Mainz in the Bundesliga.

Next Match: FK Qabala – Europa League – Thursday 22nd October 2015;KO 20:05

Liam Grimshaw – Motherwell 

Liam Grimshaw played 90 minutes in the 1-0 defeat to Celtic in the Scottish Premier League. Grimshaw played well throughout the game, but the game was well and truly dead after an early goal from Celtic, which killed the game completely. The Manchester United youngster has grabbed a place with two hands at Motherwell and may well have his loan spell extended.

Next Match: Aberdeen – Scottish Premier League – Saturday 24th October 2015;KO 15:00

Joel Pereira – Rochdale 

Joel Pereira did not feature in the 0-0 draw with Bury in the Sky Bet League One.

Next Match: Coventry City – Sky Bet League One – Tuesday 20th October 2015;KO 19:45

Donald Love – Wigan Athletic 

Donald Love played 12 minutes in the 5-0 win against Colchester United in the Sky Bet League One. Love came on and made an impact nine minutes after coming on and bagging an assist which made it 5-0 in the match.

Next Match: Peterborough United – Sky Bet League One – Tuesday 20th October 2015;KO 19:45

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-love-grabs-an-assist-for-wigan/

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Loan Watch: Donald Love registers assist for Wigan Athletic in Bradford draw

Manchester United currently have seven of their players out on loan; Will Keane (Preston North End), Tyler Blackett (Celtic) and Adnan Januzaj (Borussia Dortmund) are on season long loans, whereas Ben Pearson (Barnsley), Liam Grimshaw (Motherwell), Joel Castro Pereira (Rochdale) and Donald Love (Wigan Athletic) are spending temporary periods on loan with various clubs. It could be make or break for some, others are gaining first team experience, which will help them develop in the years to come. Here is how I feel the various players on loan fared for their clubs this weekend.

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane was an unused substitute in the 0-0 draw with Brighton in the Sky Bet Championship.

Next Match: Bolton Wanderers – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 31st October 2015; KO 18:00

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson was not involved in the 1-0 defeat to Fleetwood Town in the Sky Bet League One.

Next Match: Scunthorpe – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 31st October 2015; KO 15:00

Joel Castro Pereira – Rochdale

Joel Castro Pereira was an unused substitute in the 0-0 Oldham Athletic in the Sky Bet League One.

Next Match: Southend – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 31st October 2015; KO 15:00

Donald Love – Wigan Athletic

Donald Love played 39 minutes in the 1-1 draw with Bradford City in the Sky Bet League One. Love mad a big impact when he came on and bagged an assist a minute after be substituted on for Donavon Daniels. He’s made most of an impact coming on as a substitute, but hasn’t really had a chance to prove in a full 90 minutes.

Next Match: Swindon Town – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 31st October 2015; KO 15:00

Tyler Blackett – Celtic

Tyler Blackett was an unused substitute in the 4-0 win against Dundee United in the Scottish Premier League.

Next Match: Hearts – Scottish Cup – Wednesday 28th October 2015; KO 19:45

Liam Grimshaw – Motherwell

Liam Grimshaw played 90 minutes in the 1-1 draw with Aberdeen in the Scottish Premier League. Grimshaw played quite well in the match. He offered a lot going forward for his side and defended really well. The Manchester United youngster really has proved he has what it takes to play up a level then just for the Under 21’s at United.

Next Match: Kilmarnock – Scottish Premier League – Saturday 31st October 2015; KO 15:00

Adnan Januzaj – Borussia Dortmund

Adnan Januzaj played 14 minutes in the 5-1 win against FC Augsburg in the Bundesliga. Januzaj did not really get on the ball much to make an impact. He had a couple of runs on the ball, but overall he wasn’t on the pitch long enough and the game was over when he was substituted on.

Next Match: Werder Bremen – Bundesliga – Saturday 31st October 2015; KO 14:30

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-donald-love-registers-assist-for-wigan-athletic-in-bradford-draw/

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Loan Watch: Keane dropped to the bench after poor recent performances

Manchester United currently have seven of their players out on loan; Will Keane (Preston North End), Tyler Blackett (Celtic) and Adnan Januzaj (Borussia Dortmund) are on season long loans, whereas Ben Pearson (Barnsley), Liam Grimshaw (Motherwell), Joel Castro Pereira (Rochdale) and Donald Love (Wigan Athletic) are spending temporary periods on loan with various clubs. It could be make or break for some, others are gaining first team experience, which will help them develop in the years to come. Here is how I feel the various players on loan fared for their clubs this weekend.

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane was an unused substitute in the 0-0 draw with Bolton Wanderers in the Sky Bet Championship.

Next Match: Nottingham Forest – Sky Bet Championship – Tuesday 3rd November 2015; KO 19:45

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 90 minutes in the 3-0 defeat to Scunthorpe United in the Sky Bet League. Pearson did not have the best of games for Barnsley in today’s game. He struggled to adapt to Scunthorpe’s style of play. The Manchester United youngster really has learnt a lot since joining Barnsley on loan and has also cemented a place in their side which is good for the youngster.

Next Match: Coventry City – Sky Bet League One – Tuesday 3rd November 2015; KO 19:45

Joel Castro Pereira – Rochdale

Joel Pereira was an unused substitute in the 2-2 draw with Southend United in the Sky Bet League One.

Next Match: Swindon Town – Emirates FA Cup – Saturday 7th November 2015; KO 15:00

Donald Love – Wigan Athletic

Donald Love played 90 minutes in the 1-0 victory over Swindon Town in the Sky Bet League One. Love played well in the win and made some brilliant runs down the wing to put the ball into the box and he also played a part in the goal with won the game. He’s starting to show his potential at this level at football in League One.

Next Match: Bury – Emirates FA Cup – Saturday 7th November 2015; KO 15:00

Tyler Blackett – Celtic

Tyler Blackett was not involved in the 3-1 victory over Aberdeen in the Scottish Premier League.

Next Match: Molde – Europa League – Thursday 5th November 2015; KO 18:00

Liam Grimshaw – Motherwell

Liam Grimshaw played 90 minutes in the 1-0 victory over Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premier League. Grimshaw had an alright game, did everything he was asked. He defended well on the right side of the pitch and also attacked well when needed. The Manchester United youngster played a massive part in the goal, where he won the ball back in tackle which lead to the winner.

Next Match: Inverness Caledonian Thistle – Scottish Premier League – Saturday 7th November 2015; KO 15:00

Adnan Januzaj – Borussia Dortmund

Adnan Januzaj was an unused substitute in the 3-1 win against Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga.

Next Match: FK Qabala – Europa League – Thursday 5th November 2015; KO 18:00

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-keane-dropped-to-the-bench-after-poor-recent-performances/

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Loan Watch: Ben Pearson struggles for Barnsley

Manchester United currently have seven of their players out on loan; Will Keane (Preston North End), Tyler Blackett (Celtic) and Adnan Januzaj (Borussia Dortmund) are on season long loans, whereas Ben Pearson (Barnsley), Liam Grimshaw (Motherwell), Joel Castro Pereira (Rochdale) and Donald Love (Wigan Athletic) are spending temporary periods on loan with various clubs. It could be make or break for some, others are gaining first team experience, which will help them develop in the years to come. Here is how I feel the various players on loan fared for their clubs this weekend.

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane played 25 minutes in the 0-0 draw with Queens Park Rangers in the Sky Bet Championship. Keane came on and made a bit of an impact, but didn’t manage to bag a goal which could’ve maybe of won the game.

Next Match: Blackburn Rovers – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 21st November 2015; KO 15:00

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 90 minutes in the 1-0 defeat to Altrincham in the FA Cup. Pearson didn’t have the best of games for Barnsley this weekend and gave the ball away numerous time and the key one was when Altrincham manage to score the winner. He will learn from this game and bounce back.

Next Match: York – Johnstone’s Paint Trophy – Tuesday 10th November 2015; KO 19:45

Joel Castro Pereira – Rochdale

Joel Castro Pereira did not feature in the 3-1 victory over Swindon Town in the FA Cup.

Next Match: Morecambe – Johnstone’s Paint Trophy – Tuesday 10th November 2015; KO 19:45

Donald Love – Wigan Athletic

Donald Love played 90 minutes in the 4-0 defeat to Bury in the FA Cup. Love had a game to forget and so did his team mates. He couldn’t get to grips with Bury’s fast attacking play which hurt Wigan Athletic the most. The Manchester United youngster looked good in recent matches, but today was a lesson learnt for the youngster.

Next Match: Blackpool – Johnstone’s Paint Trophy – Tuesday 10th November 2015; KO 19:45

Tyler Blackett – Celtic

Tyler Blackett did not feature in the 4-1 victory against Ross County in the Scottish Premier League.

Next Match: Kilmarnock – Scottish Cup – Saturday 21st November 2015; KO 15:00

Liam Grimshaw – Motherwell

Liam Grimshaw played 90 minutes in the 3-1 defeat to Inverness CT in the Scottish Premier League. Grimshaw showed his strengths for such a young player, but then struggled to contain Inverness’ attacking play during the match.

Next Match: Ross County – Scottish Premier League – Saturday 21st November 2015; KO 15:00

Adnan Januzaj – Borussia Dortmund

Adnan Januzaj did not feature in the 3-2 victory against Schalke in the Bundesliga.

Next Match: Hamburger SV – Bundesliga – Friday 20th November 2015; KO 19:30

source:http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-ben-pearson-struggles-for-barnsley/

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Does not sound much promising. But the critical one would be that of Januzaj only i guess. Personally will love if Pearson can make the mark though.

Does not sound much promising. But the critical one would be that of Januzaj only i guess. Personally will love if Pearson can make the mark though.

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Loan Watch: James Wilson scores debut goal for Brighton; Will Keane bags one too!

Manchester United currently have seven of their players out on loan; Will Keane (Preston North End), Tyler Blackett (Celtic) and Adnan Januzaj (Borussia Dortmund) and James Wilson (Brighton and Hove Albion) are on season long loans, whereas Ben Pearson (Barnsley), Liam Grimshaw (Motherwell), Joel Castro Pereira (Rochdale) and Kieran O’Hara (Stockport County) are spending temporary periods on loan with various clubs. It could be make or break for some, others are gaining first team experience, which will help them develop in the years to come. Here is how I feel the various players on loan fared for their clubs this weekend.

James Wilson – Brighton and Hove Albion

James Wilson played 90 minutes in the 3-2 win against Charlton Athletic in the Sky Bet Championship to keep their unbeaten streak in tack. Wilson was quite for the majority of the game until he came alive and got onto the end of a ball into the box, which resulted into his first goal for Brighton and Hove Albion and the start of the comeback.

Next Match: Derby County – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 12th December 2015;KO 15:00 

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane played 79 minutes in the 2-0 win against Burnley in the Sky Bet Championship. Keane looked good in the first time in a while. It looked like he wanted it more today and was rewarded with a goal which was a key goal for himself and Preston North End in the league.

Next Match: Reading – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 12th December 2015; KO 15:00

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 90 minutes and six minutes of stoppage time in the 4-2 penalty victory over Wigan Athletic in the second round of the FA Cup, after a 2-2 draw. The Manchester United midfielder was withdrawn due to injury, which is not yet confirmed as serious or not. Barnsley took the lead on the 42nd minute, but Wigan equalised on the 48th minute. Barnsley took the lead again five minutes later, with Wigan equalising eight minutes from time, which took the game to penalties. Barnsley will be in the draw for the third round of the FA Cup on Monday evening, with Manchester United in the draw also.

Next Match: Colchester – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 12th December 2015; KO 15:00

Joel Castro Pereira – Rochdale

Joel Castro Pereira played 90 minutes in the 1-0 defeat to Bury in the FA Cup. Pereira played well considering the loss, but was undone from a good strike which won the game for Bury. He made some decent saves which kept his team in the game and looks confident and good at this level of football.

Next Match: Swindon Town – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 12th December 2015; KO 15:00

Kieran O’Hara – Stockport County

Kieran O’Hara was an unused substitute in the 2-1 defeat to FC United of Manchester on Saturday afternoon.

Next Match: Corby Town – Vanarama National League North – Saturday 12th December 2015; KO 15:00

Tyler Blackett – Celtic

Tyler Blackett did not feature due to the game being called off for a waterlogged pitch.

Next Match: Fenerbahçe – UEFA Europa League – Thursday 10th December 2015; KO 18:00

Liam Grimshaw – Motherwell

Liam Grimshaw did not feature due to the game being called off for a waterlogged pitch.

Next Match: Dundee – Scottish Premier League – Saturday 12th December 2015; KO 15:00

Adnan Januzaj – Borussia Dortmund

Adnan Januzaj was an unused substitute in the 2-1 win against VfL Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga.

Next Match: PAOK Salonica – UEFA Europa League – Thursday 10th December 2015; KO 18:00

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-james-wilson-scores-debut-goal-for-brighton-will-keane-bags-one-too/

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Loan Watch: Wilson grabs another goal for Brighton!

Manchester United currently have seven of their players out on loan; Will Keane (Preston North End), Tyler Blackett (Celtic) and Adnan Januzaj (Borussia Dortmund) and James Wilson (Brighton and Hove Albion) are on season long loans, whereas Ben Pearson (Barnsley), Liam Grimshaw (Motherwell), Joel Castro Pereira (Rochdale), Donald Love (Wigan Athletic) and Kieran O’Hara (Stockport County) are spending temporary periods on loan with various clubs. It could be make or break for some, others are gaining first team experience, which will help them develop in the years to come. Here is how I feel the various players on loan fared for their clubs this weekend.

James Wilson – Brighton and Hove Albion

James Wilson played 82 minutes in the 2-2 draw with Derby County in the Sky Bet Championship. Wilson managed to show what he capable of in his second start for Brighton and Hove Albion. He looked good again for Brighton with some brilliant runs and even managed to grab another goal which is now two in three games.

Next Match: Queens Park Rangers – Sky Bet Championship – Tuesday 15th December 2015;KO 19:45 

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane played 90 minutes in the 1-0 victory over Reading in the Sky Bet Championship. Keane didn’t have the best of games after scoring last weekend and really struggled to get into the game which was rather wasteful by both teams. He hasn’t really progressed as a player since joining on loan at Preston in the summer, but he has looked bright in some games.

Next Match: Birmingham City – Sky Bet Championship – Tuesday 15th December 2015;KO 19:45

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 90 minutes in the 3-2 victory over Colchester United in the Sky Bet League One. Pearson had a decent game in the middle and really looked decent in breaking up the play and get his team onto the counter attack, which ended to be the equaliser in the five goal thriller.

Next Match: Wigan Athletic – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 19th December 2015; KO 15:00

Joel Castro Pereira – Rochdale

Joel Castro Pereira played 90 minutes in the 2-1 defeat to Swindon Town in the Sky Bet League One. Pereira had an alright game and this first experience is vital for his progression at Manchester United and he could prove to be a future goal keeper after he’s gained some more experience in maybe the Championship or even in another country in Europe.

Next Match: Colchester United – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 19th December 2015; KO 15:00

Donald Love – Wigan Athletic

Donald Love played 72 minutes in the 1-0 defeat to Blackpool in the Sky Bet League One. Love had a game to forget really with some mistakes that caused a lot of problems for his side. He looked good going forward at times, but really struggled when he was defending.

Next Match: Barnsley – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 19th December 2015; KO 15:00

Kieran O’Hara – Stockport County

Kieran O’Hara was an unused substitute in the 4-0 victory over Corby Town in the Vanarama National League North on Saturday afternoon.

Next Match: Boston United – Vanarama National League North – Saturday 19th December 2015; KO 15:00

Tyler Blackett – Celtic

Tyler Blackett did not feature in the 3-0 win against St Johnstone in the Scottish Premier League.

Next Match: Motherwell – Scottish Premier League – Saturday 19th December 2015; KO 15:00

Liam Grimshaw – Motherwell

Liam Grimshaw played 90 minutes in the 3-1 victory over Dundee in the Scottish Premier League. Grimshaw played well in the win and is starting to prove that he has got what it takes, but personally I think he has to go on loan to a club in a better league to see what he’s like in a more competitive standard.

Next Match: Celtic – Scottish Premier League – Saturday 19th December 2015; KO 15:00

Adnan Januzaj – Borussia Dortmund

Adnan Januzaj did not feature in the 4-1 win against Frankfurt in the Bundesliga.

Next Match: FC Augsburg – DFB-Pokal – Wednesday 16th December 2015; KO 19:30

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-wilson-grabs-another-goal-for-brighton/?

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LOANS: WILSON AND CO OUT TO IMPRESS

 

Manchester United's loanees look set for a busy festive period as they continue to make their mark away from Old Trafford.

Although Adnan Januzaj will have a winter break with Borussia Dortmund, eight other Reds should get plenty of opportunities to impress with their temporary clubs as 2015 draws to an action-packed close.

James Wilson has made a fine start to his stint at Brighton & Hove Albion, scoring twice already for the promotion-chasing Seagulls. The England Under-21 international bagged a sensational solo effort against Charlton Athletic on his full debut and followed it up with a razor-sharp finish in the draw at Derby County. He played his part in a 2-2 draw away to QPR in midweek and is already a hit with the Brighton faithful.

"He's hit the ground running and taken the opportunities to score well," United Reserves coach Warren Joyce told ManUtd.com. "Obviously they're near the top of the league and it's good experience for him. If he can manage to stay in the team and contribute for a side that gets promotion, it will be great for him."

Another young United striker back on the goal trail of late is Will Keane, who netted for Preston North End against his twin brother Mike's Burnley, with Joyce watching the 2-0 away win from the stands at Turf Moor.

"It was a really well-taken goal," said Joyce. "I watched him again at the weekend as well. His movement was very good and he looks better and more confident. You forget how long he was out injured. It disrupted and delayed his progression massively so he is aiming to make up for lost time. He's looking a lot more like his old self really.

"Preston have played 4-3-3 and Will has been playing in a wider role but he's an intelligent footballer anyway and is taking up good positions and being a threat. His general play has been good. Obviously, the kid would like to score more goals than he has but I think that is the next step for him really."

Donald Love has extended his stay at Wigan Athletic and is back to fitness and attracting rave reviews for his performances in League One.

"Donald has done well," said Joyce. "He's got outstanding quality and he certainly could play above that level right now. He has found it very comfortable really. It's good experience for him there in a team that's doing well." 

Ben Pearson is continuing his stay with Barnsley, also in League One, and has already racked up 26 appearances in the Tykes' midfield.

United goalkeepers Kieran O'Hara and Joel Castro Pereira are with non-league Stockport County and League One side Rochdale respectively.

"Joel had to be patient [for the chance to play for Rochdale]," said Joyce, "but he proved himself in training and behind-closed-doors games and has now taken the opportunity and grabbed it with both hands.

"It's part of any learning curve. You've got to know how to earn the right to play in the team. You must fight and show you're better than the one in your position in the first team. When you get the chance, you have got to take it and make sure you stay in the team."

Up in Scotland, Liam Grimshaw has earned praise with Motherwell while Tyler Blackett's Celtic sit four points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership table.

"Grimmy has performed well," said Joyce. "His boss Mark McGhee has made some positive comments and I've seen Tony Pulis and other managers talk about the stamp of a Manchester United player. We want those traits and Grimmy has certainly got them. I'd like to think all our lads have that by the time they leave.

"I've been delighted with Grimmy's progress this season. All you can ask is to be producing self-motivated people who maximise their talent and Liam certainly fits the bill. You get a pretty good idea with the planning and transition so you know pretty much when players are ripe for a loan move.

"If you see them making good decisions in training and know they're on top of their fitness levels, you know they can hit the ground running in league football. I was always confident in the ones who have gone out and been star players really. It is the progression you want to see."

source: http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Features/Football-News/2015/Dec/busy-christmas-for-man-united-loanees-james-wilson-liam-grimshaw-donald-love-joel-pereira-will-keane.aspx

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Loan Watch: Wilson’s side suffer first defeat of the season; Love and others continue development

Manchester United currently have seven of their players out on loan; Will Keane (Preston North End), Tyler Blackett (Celtic) and Adnan Januzaj (Borussia Dortmund) and James Wilson (Brighton and Hove Albion) are on season long loans, whereas Ben Pearson (Barnsley), Liam Grimshaw (Motherwell), Joel Castro Pereira (Rochdale), Donald Love (Wigan Athletic) and Kieran O’Hara (Stockport County) are spending temporary periods on loan with various clubs. It could be make or break for some, others are gaining first team experience, which will help them develop in the years to come. Here is how I feel the various players on loan fared for their clubs this weekend.

James Wilson – Brighton and Hove Albion

James Wilson played 90 minutes in the 3-0 defeat to Middlesbrough in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday afternoon. Wilson didn’t really have the best of games, due to lack of service and the fact that Middlesbrough were generally just to good for second in the table Brighton and Hove Albion. Brighton held the only unbeaten record in England and its came to the end today after a brutal defeat.

Next Match: Brentford – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 26th December 2015; KO 13:00

Will Keane – Preston North End

Will Keane played 87 minutes in the 1-0 defeat to Leeds United in the Sky Bet Championship on Sunday afternoon. Keane found it hard throughout the match after Preston’s keeper was sent off early on in the match which made it hard with ten men. He had a clear chance which he smashed wide which could have got Preston back into the match.

Next Match: Huddersfield Town – Sky Bet Championship – Saturday 26th December 2015;KO 15:00

Ben Pearson – Barnsley

Ben Pearson played 90 minutes in the 2-0 defeat to Wigan Athletic in the Sky Bet League One on Saturday afternoon. Pearson had an okay game and made some decent challenges in the last third, but could not do anything about the two goals his side conceded.

Next Match: Bury – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 26th December 2015; KO 15:00

Joel Castro Pereira – Rochdale

Joel Castro Pereira played 90 minutes in the 3-1 victory over Colchester United in the Sky Bet League One on Saturday afternoon. Pereira played well and made some really good saves which kept his team in the lead. He’s improving while on loan at Rochdale, which will help in the long run. Maybe at Manchester United or another club.

Next Match: Crewe Alexandra – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 26th December 2015; KO 15:00

Donald Love – Wigan Athletic

Donald Love played 76 minutes in the 2-0 victory over Barnsley in the Sky Bet League One on Saturday afternoon. The Manchester United defender is on an extended loan move to the side which has loaned many United players in the past, including former Reds Tom Cleverley and Ángelo Henríquez and current player Nick Powell. Love is a talent, but he also needs regular first team football in order to develop at this stage of his career. He played well for his loan club, who are now fifth in League One, eight points from the top spot.

Next Match: Sheffield United – Sky Bet League One – Saturday 26th December 2015; KO 15:00

Kieran O’Hara – Stockport County

Kieran O’Hara was not involved in the 4-0 defeat to Boston United in the Vanarama National League North on Saturday afternoon.

Next Match: Harrogate Town – Vanarama National League North – Saturday 26th December 2015; KO 15:00

Tyler Blackett – Celtic

Tyler Blackett was not involved in the 2-1 defeat to Motherwell in the Scottish Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

Next Match: Heart of Midlothian – Scottish Premier League – Sunday 27th December 2015; KO 14:00

Liam Grimshaw – Motherwell

Liam Grimshaw played 45 minutes in the 2-1 victory over Celtic in the Scottish Premier League on Saturday afternoon. The Manchester United defender/midfielder was replaced by Lionel Ainsworth, a player who was substituted himself inside the final ten minutes of the match. The change saw the match open up with Celtic scoring four minutes inside the second half, with Motherwell coming back and equalising through Louis Moult four minutes later, scoring a penalty to end the scoring six minutes after that.

Next Match: Dundee United – Scottish Premier League – Saturday 26th December 2015; KO 15:00

Adnan Januzaj – Borussia Dortmund

Adnan Januzaj was not involved in the 2-1 defeat to FC Köln in the final Bundesliga match of 2015. The German side will not head into a winter break, not playing for just over a month.

Next Match: Borussia Mönchengladbach – Bundesliga – Saturday 23rd January 2016; KO 17:30

source: http://mufclatest.com/loan-watch-wilsons-side-suffer-first-defeat-of-the-season-love-and-others-continue-development/

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Tyler Blackett will be returning after his loan spell due to the fact 'he's absolutely fuckin shite'...our so I'm told by a few Celtic supporting colleagues.

Or is it as a cover for our defense injuries?  Thatz what one article said though that we are calling him back 

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