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Loan Watch – Insua Growing Impatient, Amoo Update


To say it has been an unproductive couple of weeks for Liverpool’s loaned out players would be an understatement. In our fortnightly look at players out on loan you would expect that there would be a lot to catch up on but many of our players have really been struggling for game time.

David Amoo – It was exciting to hear that the pacey right winger was to be sent out on loan to Championship side Hull after an unproductive time at League One side MK Dons. The 19 year old said after his move:

“I’m delighted to be given the opportunity to play in Hull’s Championship campaign. I can’t wait to get started and will strive to make a big contribution to help the team achieve their targets.”

Since however he has only been used as a substitute once again, coming on as a 55th minute substitute against Nottingham Forest in a 1-0 on his debut, which was coincidentally Forest’s first home league defeat in a year and half. Last night, he was again used as a substitute, coming on in the second half in Hull’s 1-0 defeat to Burnley. Hull now lie 9th, seven points off the Championship playoff places.

Nathan Eccleston – The young striker had a very good start to his loan spell with Charlton Athletic after scoring two goals in his first 6 matches. He invariably played as a winger for the Addicks and enjoyed a good new manager bounce under Chris Powell. The London club have now not won in six league matches and Eccleston has only been used as a late substitute in the last two matches in the 1-1 home draw against Tranmere and the 2-0 away defeat to MK Dons last night. Charlton now find themselves 9th, ten points outside the playoff places but with three games in hand.

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  • peter says:

    Insua had already gone before hodgson came he is not up to Liverpool standard but agree he would get a game at the mo the cheq lad for baer leverkusan is good or fabio concenco thats were we have to aim

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