loanee


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loanee

(ləʊˈniː)
n
1. a person who receives a loan
2. a sportsperson who is loaned from one organization to another
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Loanee Sam Hutchinson (knee) is also expected to be available.
Midfielder Paul Green scored the second from close range before McIndoe and Sunderland loanee Brown finished the job.
PAUL Merson believes Manchester United loanee Mads Timm is set to shine brightly at Walsall - and show fans "the sort of player they haven't seen at Bescot in a long, long time".
A LATE second-half brace by former Wycombe loanee Sam Parkin earned Swindon three points.
Rushall Olympic rode their luck before securing a 1-0 win over Cinderford where Walsall loanee Harry Harris hit his third goal in four games early in the second half.
The visitors opened the scoring in the first-half when loanee Pettefer got on the end of an Andy Roscoe cross and his shot took a decisive deflection off home defender Matt Hocking.
BLUES' loanee from Arsenal, Larsson made an excellent impact.
Loanee Darren Bent will make his Seagulls debut against his former club.
In the first half Darlington played some of their best football of the season and led through Clarke Keltie's 10th minute penalty, but ran out of steam after the break as Bradford struck three times through Tom Penford, Darlington old-boy Barry Conlon and ex-Quaker loanee Joe Colbeck.
The Blues loanee says: "Looking back, I felt I did well on the whole.
York v Oxford Utd Loanee Deon Burton has left York because of a knee injury but John McCombe and Josh Carson could both be fit.
It says much for Holmes that, even as a loanee, he has been as hurt as anyone by Walsall's recent dip.