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Loan Watch

9 February 2016

A Look At How Our Players Out On Loan Are Doing


Goalkeeper Rowley has been a consistent performer for the Yeltz whilst Anderson continues to pose a big threat to defences, having scored five goals in just five appearances.

Youngsters Shaun Rowley and Kaiman Anderson continue to impress on loan at Halesowen Town.

Tyrone Barnett moved to Southend just two days after Collins but made an equally impressive impact on his new club, finding the net just five minutes into his debut during his side’s 4-2 loss at Swindon Town. The forward has gone on to net three times in as many games for Phil Brown’s team.

Collins, who joined the Cobblers on the 5th January, has made a big impression having scored two goals in three games for his new side.

Chris Wilder’s side have been in fine form this season and adding the firepower of Collins is sure to boost their chances of promotion to League One.

James Collins has had a productive month down in Northampton as he seeks to add another promotion to his CV.

Caton has signed with National League side Lincoln City and has made an instant impact having made his debut at the weekend in his side’s 1-0 win over Guiseley.

Town currently have five players out on loan, with winger James Caton the latest player to temporarily ply his trade away from the Greenhous Meadow.

January is usually a busy month with players coming and going, both on permanent and loan deals.


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