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Longstaff returns and Sels gets first CL action

Benevento Calcio v Torino FC - Serie A Photo by Maurizio Lagana/Getty Images

Loan Report:

Matz Sels (Goal Keeper) – Anderlecht

Bayern Muenchen v RSC Anderlecht - UEFA Champions League Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Getty Images

11th place Anderlecht hosted 9th place Lokeren in a Belgian First Division match on Friday September 8th. Sels watched from the bench in this one in a 3-2 win.

Anderlecht traveled to Bayern Munich for a Champions League Group stage match on Tuesday, September 12th. Sels started the match that did not end well as they lost 3-0. Anderlecht were shown a red card early on that set the tone for the rest of the match.

10th place Anderlecht will travel to 9th place Kortrjik in a Belgium First Division match on Saturday, September 16th.

Games: 7

Goals Allowed: 9

Clean Sheets: 3

Goals allowed per match: 1.29

Alex Gilliead (Forward/Winger) – Bradford City

6th place Bradford City will travel to 1st place Peterborough United on Saturday, September 9th in a League One Matchup. Alex started the match and played well. He left the game in the 75th minute in a 3-1 win. Alex was booked with a yellow card.

4th place Bradford City traveled to 6th place Oxford United in a League One Match on Tuesday, September 12th. Alex got the start and finished the match in a 2-2 draw.

4th place Bradford will host 9th place Rotherham United in a League One match on Saturday September 16th.

Games: 7

Goals: 0

Assists: 0

Adam Armstrong (Center Forward) – Bolton

Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City - Pre-Season Friendly Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Last place Bolton will host 9th place Middlesbrough in a Championship League match on Saturday, September 9th. Armstrong was an unused substitute in the match in a 3-0 loss.

Last place (24th) Bolton hosted 5th place Sheffield United in a Championship match on Tuesday, September 12th. Armstrong started the match and was subbed out in the 67th minute in a 1-0 loss.

Last Place Bolton will travel to 7th place Ipswich Town in a Championship League match on Saturday September 16th.

Games: 8

Goals: 2

Assists: 0

Sean Longstaff (Central Midfield) – Blackpool

7th place Blackpool traveled to 4th place Scunthorpe United on Saturday, September 9th in a League One Match. Longstaff did not play in this match due to an injury caused in the last match. The game ended with a score line of 0-0.

7th place Blackpool traveled to 20th place Plymouth Argyle in a League One match on Tuesday, September 12th. Longstaff returned from injury as a substitute in the 57th minute and while he was not able to continue his scoring streak, he was able to get an assist in his team’s 3-1 win.

5th place Blackpool will host 8th place Oxford United in a League One Match on Saturday, September 16th.

Games: 6

Goals: 4

Assists: 2

Ivan Toney (Center Forward) – Wigan

2nd place Wigan traveled to 3rd place Shrewsbury Town in a League One match on Saturday September, 9th. Toney started and was subbed out just after the hour mark and was booked in the match. Toney played for Shrewsbury Town last year, I’m sure he wanted a goal.

8th place Wigan traveled to 2nd place Charlton Athletic in a League One match on Tuesday, September 12th. Ivan was brought on as a sub in the 74th minute and helped see out a 3-0 victory.

6th place Wigan will host 12th place Bristol Rovers in a League One match on Saturday, September 16th.

Games: 6

Goals: 2

Assists: 3

Callum Williams (Center Back) – Gateshead

11th Gateshead traveled to 4th place Sutton United in a National League match on Saturday, September 9th. Callum got another start and was subbed out in the 72nd minute in a 1-1 draw.

11th place Gateshead will host 21st place Chester in a National League match on Tuesday, September 12th. Callum got the start and played the whole match in an exciting 3-2 win.

11th place Gateshead will host 3rd place Aldershot Town in a National League match on Saturday, September 16th.

Games: 8

Goals: 0

Assists: 1

Clean Sheets: 4

Stuart Findlay (Center Back) – Kilmarnock

10th place Kilmarnock traveled to face 7th place Motherwell on Saturday, September 9th in the Scottish Premiership. Findlay started and finished the match in a difficult 2-0 loss.

11th place Kilmarnock will travel to 2nd place Aberdeen in a Scottish Premiership match on Saturday September 16th.

Games: 2

Goals: 0

Assists: 0

Clean Sheets: 0

Tim Krul (Goal Keeper) – Brighton

17th place Brighton hosted 5th place West Brom in a Premier League matchup on Saturday, September 9th. Krul wasn’t named in the squad for the match. Brighton won 3-1.

14th place Brighton will travel to 19th place Bournemouth in a Premier League match on Friday September 15th.

Games: 0

Goals Allowed: 0

Clean Sheets: 0

Goals allowed per match: 0

Achraf Lazaar (Left-Back) – Benevento

Benevento Calcio v Torino FC - Serie A Photo by Maurizio Lagana/Getty Images

17th place Benevento hosted 6th place Torino in a Serie A match on Sunday, September 10th. Lazaar came on just after the hour mark as a substitute and finished the match in a 1-0 loss.

Last place (20th) Benevento will travel to 2nd place Napoli on a Serie A match on Sunday September 17th.

Games: 1

Goals: 0

Assists: 0

Clean Sheets: 0

U23 Report

Match Report

Monday September 11th, 2017

Newcastle U23s – 2

Luke Charman (10’)

Macaulay Gillesphey (12’)

Norwich U23s – 2

Team: Freddie Woodman, Jamie Sterry, Curtis Good, Macaulay Gillesphey, Kyle Cameron, Dan Barlaser, Jonjo Shelvey, Callum Roberts, Luke Charman, Liam Smith, Rolando Aarons

Subs Used: Stefan O’Connor (46’), Victor Fernandez (46’), Josef Yarney (72’)

3rd place Newcastle was home against 9th place Norwich in a Premier League 2 match on Monday, September 11th. It was Newcastle who looked sure to win after taking an early 2-0 lead, but was not able to hold on and ended up only getting a point. Luke Charman and Macaulay Gillesphey were the goalscorers for the toon.

4th place Newcastle U23s next match will be on the road against 7th place Brighton U23s.

Premier League 2 Division 2 Table HERE

U18 Report

Match Report

Saturday, September 9th 2017

Newcastle U18s – 1

Elias Sorensen (20’)

West Brom U18s – 4

Team: Otto Huuhtanen, Sam Joyce, Kieren Aplin, Jack Young, Lewis Cass, Kelland Watts, Adam Wilson, Mace Goodridge, Elias Sorensen, Thomas Allan, Deece Kasinga

Subs Used: Kurtis Russell (78’), Thomas Cole (78’)

The 10th place U18s were at home against 4th place West Brom u18s on Saturday, September 9th. They continued their winless form in a 4-1 loss. The loan goal coming from Elias Sorensen. It seemed Newcastle were dominating the match and had a 1-0 lead, however for each missed chance, gave West Brom four opportunities. They took advantage of these opportunities and won easily.

U18 Premier League Table HERE

The U18s next match will be in the Premier League Cup. A group stage match against Brighton on Saturday September 16th.