The Leeds United loan players suffered a bad weekend with those that played all failing to record a win.
We will start with Maik Taylor. It was the first chance for just over 2000 Leeds fans to actually see the veteran goalkeeper in action since he signed for Leeds in December, albeit against them.
Taylor was given permission by Leeds boss Neil Warnock to play in the game against his parent club on Saturday.
It looks like he could be on his way to the New Den permanently in the summer when his contract runs out at Elland Road without making a first team appearance for the club.
Warnock indicated that Taylor has been offered a coaching role at Millwall and it was the main reason he allowed him to play in the game.
Taylor could do little about the Leeds goal from Ross McCormack but he did make a great stop late on to deny the same player.
The Northern Ireland international has now played three times for Millwall and he kept a clean sheet last midweek when they recorded a 3-0 win at Doncaster Rovers.
Staying in London, Paul Rachubka was once again on the losing side has Leyton Orient lost 1-0 against Sheffield Wednesday.
Orient have won just once so far in his five appearances with him conceding 11 goals.
Rachubka is due back at Elland Road on April 6th and he could still feature in another four games for Orient including games against Charlton and Huddersfield in the next two weeks.
Lloyd Sam started for Notts County in their 0-0 draw at Scunthorpe United before being substituted with just three minutes remaining.
County have drawn one and lost two since Sam arrived at Meadow Lane, having lost just one of their previous nine games before his arrival.
Youngster Sanchez Payne was once again a unused substitute as non-league side Buxton continue their fight against relegation with a 3-1 win at Chasetown.
He has now failed to feature in their last two games having made his debut against Bradford Park Avenue in his first week with the club.
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