Date: 24th September 2017 at 8:23pm
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Vital Leeds United will be keeping a close eye on how the Leeds players are doing during their loan spells away from the club.

Leeds have six players out on a loan at the moment.

Lewie Coyle – Fleetwood Town (Season-long loan)
Appearances 9 (0) Total 9 Goals 0

Coyle played the 90 minutes for Fleetwood as they went down to a disappointing 4-2 home defeat to Southend United.

Despite the defeat, Coyle was named the Fleetwood man of the match for a fourth game in a row.

Luke Murphy – Burton Albion (Season-long loan)
Appearances 8 (2) Total 10 Goals 0

Murphy came off the bench for Burton at half time, in their midweek Carabao Cup tie at Manchester United. Burton eventually lost 4-1 having trailed 3-0 at half time.

The midfielder played the 90 minutes on Saturday as Burton came away from Queens Park Rangers with a point in a goalless draw.

Tyler Denton – Port Vale (Season-long loan)
Appearances 6 (0) Total 6 Goals

Denton returned to the starting eleven following the sacking of manager Michael Brown last weekend.

The full-back played for 60 minutes in their 1-1 draw at Yeovil Town.

Marcus Antonsson – Blackburn Rovers (Season-long loan)
Appearances 4 (2) Total 6 Goals 2

Antonsson came off the bench on 71 minutes to help Blackburn claim a point in a 1-1 draw at league leaders Shrewsbury Town.

Mallik Wilks – Accrington Stanley (On loan until January 3rd 2018
Appearances 1 (6) Total 7 Goals 3

Wilks made his first start for Accrington in midweek in the Checkatrade Trophy clash against the Middlesbrough development squad.

Wilks scored in the 3-2 win, his third goal in six appearances.

Despite his midweek goal, Wilks was back on the bench for the game on Saturday as they drew 1-1 with Cheltenham at home.

Wilks came off the bench on 56 minutes.

Ouasim Bouy – Cultural Leonesa – (Season-long loan)
Appearances 1 (2) Total 3 Goals 0

Bouy came off the bench on 61 minutes in midweek, in the Copa Del Ray clash against Valladolid.

Leonesa trailed 2-0 at the time of his arrival on the pitch with Valladolid scoring twice more in the final ten minutes of the game to end the game 4-0.

Bouy came off the bench at the start of the second half on Sunday, as Leonesa were beaten 3-1 at Real Vallecano.

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