A look at how the players from Leeds United are currently doing in their loan spells away from the club.
Dominic Poleon scored again for Bury and he was named man of the match as he continues to enjoy his loan spell with Bury.
Poleon cut in from the left before unleashing a fierce strike to equalise for Bury in their 1-1 home draw with Walsall.
The goal is his second in four games for Bury since joining them on a month loan.
The 19 year old also saw another effort cleared off the line. Poleon was substituted with nine minutes remaining.
Zac Thompson was once again unavailable for Bury as he serves the second of a three game ban for his sending off against Yeovil last weekend.
The duo will remain at Bury until November 17th.
Robbie Rogers continues to struggle at Stevenage. The midfielder was an unused substitute in their 4-0 home defeat by Swindon Town.
Rogers has made just seven appearances for Stevenage since joining them on loan in August.
Charlie Taylor was once again out of the York City squad in their 0-0 draw at Southend United.
Taylor came to the end of his two months on loan at York after the game on Saturday after making five appearances for the club.
Defender Ross Killock is making a good impression at non-league Alfreton Town.
Killock was named the clubs man of the match in their 1-1 home draw with Telford United on Saturday.
The young defender has started all five games since joining Alfreton at the start of the month.
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