Seven of our players are currently out on loan, and we take a look at how they’ve been getting on at their respective clubs.
Andy Boyle - Doncaster Rovers
Andy Boyle missed out Doncaster’s 0-0 draw at Southend United at the weekend with a groin problem. The centre-back joined Darren Ferguson’s side in January and has been an ever-present in the side, starting in five of the six matches since he arrived. He is expected to be fit when Donny welcome Bradford City to the Keepmoat Stadium on Monday night.
Ben Pringle - Oldham Athletic
Ben Pringle was on the scoresheet in Oldham’s 2-2 draw at Bury on Saturday. Latics’ fought back from 2-0 down to claim a vital point, and Pringle found the equaliser with just over ten minutes remaining, smashing the ball home from 15 yards out to move Richie Wellens’ side two points clear of the Sky Bet League One relegation zone.
Callum Roberts - Skelmersdale United
Roberts has started Skelmersdale’s last two matches against Goole and Trafford, after being dropped to the bench in their match at Scarborough Athletic. The young goalkeeper joined Skem in October and will be hoping he can continue to help the side in their battle against relegation out of the Evo-Stik Division One North.
Eoin Doyle - Oldham Athletic
Eoin Doyle started on the bench in the Latics’ 2-2 draw with Bury at the weekend, coming on as a substitute for Duckens Nazon. The striker, who rejoined Oldham on loan on deadline day back in January, scored in the Latics’ 2-0 victory at Scunthorpe United earlier this month on his return from injury.
Kevin O’Connor - Fleetwood Town
O’Connor has started four matches for the Cod Army since signing in late January. However, an ankle knock picked up in training caused him to miss the recent 1-1 home draw with Plymouth Argyle.
Marnick Vermijl - Scunthorpe United
Vermijl is still sidelined through an injury he sustained over a month ago. Scunthorpe manager, Graham Alexander, is hopeful he will return for their home match against Shrewsbury Town at the weekend.
Michael Howard - Cork City
After joining Cork City three weeks ago, Michael has featured once for the current Irish Premier Division league leaders, in their 2-0 home win over Waterford. The youngster has since been involved in the matchday squad in recent games and will be hoping to get more game time in the near future.