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 6 (0) Total 6 Goals 0
Coyle played the 90 minutes for Fleetwood in their 2-2 home draw with Oldham Athletic. The full-back was booked in the game where he picked up the clubs man of the match for a second game in a row.
? FTFC Cod Army (@ftfccodarmy) September 9, 2017
Luke Murphy – Burton Albion (Season-long loan)
Appearances 5 (1) Total 6 Goals 0
Murphy was ineligible to play against Leeds on Saturday.
Tyler Denton – Port Vale (Season-long loan)
Appearances 4 (0) Total 4 Goals
Denton was an unused substitute in the 1-0 defeat at Coventry City that leaves Port Vale bottom of the Football League.
Marcus Antonsson – Blackburn Rovers (Season-long loan)
Appearances 3 (1) Total 4 Goals 1
Antonsson scored his first Blackburn goal in their 3-0 win at Rochdale on Saturday.
The Swedish striker scored the second goal of the game from close range having gone close on two occasions previously and he was eventually substituted on 62 minutes.
Highlights courtesy of the Blackburn Rovers YouTube Channel.
Mallik Wilks – Accrington Stanley (On loan until January 3rd 2018
Appearances 0 (2) Total 2 Goals 1
Wilks came off the bench on 67 minutes to make his home debut for Accrington in their 3-0 win against Carlisle United.
Accrington were already 3-0 ahead when Wilks came on in a game that moves Accrington up to second in League Two.
Ouasim Bouy – Cultural Leonesa – (Season-long loan)
Appearances 1 (0) Total 1 Goals 0
Bouy made his first appearance for Cultural Leonesa in the 4-2 win at Alcorcon in midweek in the Copa Del Ray.
The defender was eventually substituted on 63 minutes.
Bouy was not in the squad on Sunday as they drew 4-4 at home against Valladolid.
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