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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However, Kerr expects to welcome back experienced defender Alan Reid and Hearts loanee Daniel Baur to the squad on Saturday.
Sunderland might have ended up with only six loan signings after trying to sign Leeds United goalkeeper Andy Lonergan on a permanent basis on deadline day but that deal fell through, leading them to switch attention to Camp and he became the seventh loanee.
1 Jeff Bowron GATESHEAD had on-loan Burton Albion loanee Ben Fox to thank for a share of the spoils with Woking at the international Stadium last night.
Both were spurned, Hull City loanee Jonny Edwards unable to convert Reece Grego-Cox's low ball into the six-yard box.
It's just worth pointing out that as quickly as Senhor Mendes (left) can make the likes of Atletico loanee Jota appear, he can also take them away from Molineux.
Fulham have only lost once when the Liverpool loanee has been on the pitch, and despite what some sections of the support think of the forward, the side look much better going forward when he is in the side than when he isn't.
Arsenal loanee Glen Kamara could make his first Colchester start.
A brace from Chelsea loanee John Swift either side of Sergi Canos' 55th-minute strike clinched the points for the home side, who recorded their first win at Griffin Park since before Christmas.
BORO loanee Jack Stephens is set to be recalled by Southampton, according to reports.
The opportunity to do that is not available to every loanee, of course, but it does appear Klopp is still in the evaluation stage of his reign.
Another Everton loanee, Russell Griffiths, returns in goal, while his stand-in Louis Gray has returned to Goodison Park for assessment on an injury.
Wolves loanee Lee Evans' first goal for Bradford helped his side to a 3-1 win at Rochdale.