Vital Leeds United looks at how the players on loan have done this weekend.
Zac Thompson – Bury
It was a bad day for Bury who were beaten by inform Leyton Orient at home 2-0.
It was the ninth start for Thompson since his move to Gigg Lane in October.
Bury also gave a debut to former Leeds midfielder Seb Carole who came on as a late substitute.
The defeat for Bury leaves them third from bottom of League One
Robbie Rogers – Stevenage
Rogers was again amongst the substitutes and he came on for the final eight minutes of their 2-0 win at Hartlepool.
He has now made nine appearances for Stevenage since joining them in August with only three of them being starts.
Paul Rachubka – Accrington Stanley
The goalkeeper played the 90 minutes for Accrington as they lost 1-0 to an early goal at Burton. Rachubka is at Accrington on a week-by-week loan having signed for the club last weekend.
He has now played in both their games since joining and he is expected to retain his place when they travel to Oxford United in the FA Cup in midweek.
Ross Killock – Alfreton Town
Killock was on the bench for Alfreton having only recently returned from losing a tooth and having three others knocked loose.
Killock came on with nineteen minutes remaining with Alfreton already 3-0 down at Luton Town. The Hatters scored three times in five minutes in the second half. The game finished 3-0.
The young Leeds defender has now made 11 appearances since joining them in October. Saturday was the first time in his eleven appearances that he has come off the bench.
Alex Cairns – Stalybridge Celtic
The goalkeeper let in one goal as Celtic lost 1-0 at Solihull. Cairns as now made 20 appearances since joining Celtic in August.
Lewis Turner -Harrogate Town
Lewis Turner is still waiting to make his debut for Harrogate Town after signing for them on loan in November. Saturday was the first time that he has made the bench and he was an unused substitute in their 2-1 win at Colwyn Bay.
He will hope to get some game time when Harrogate travel to Hastings in midweek for their FA Cup Second Round replay, with a trip to Middlesbrough in the Third Round awaiting the winners.
Lewis is on loan at Harrogate until January 2nd
Nathan Turner -Chester FC
Twin Nathan also went out on loan on the same day as Lewis and he finally made his debut for Chester in their top of the table clash at Brackley.
Turner came on with fourteen minutes remaining and with Chester cruising to victory at 3-0.
Brackley scored twice in the last three minutes and hit a post in injury time as they nearly snatched a dramatic point.
The win for Chester moves them six points clear at the top of the Blue Square North Division.
The twins could line up against each other when Chester and Harrogate meet on Wednesday December 19th.
Nathan is on loan at Chester until January 2nd.
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