Loan Watch: “Unbelievable” Magloire praised by Motherwell manager

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We’re back with our ‘Loan Watch’ series, which runs every week to cover how Rovers’ out-on-loan contingent are performing.

There’s been plenty of action since we last caught up, so let’s dive straight into it!

Harry Chapman

Tuesday night saw Harry Chapman get through 83 minutes as Shrewsbury ran out as 4-2 winners at home to MK Dons.

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There was another start for the 23-year-old, who got through 67 minutes before being replaced as the Shrews fell to a 2-1 defeat away to Bristol Rovers.

Hayden Carter

It has been a massively positive week for Burton Albion, with two victories lifting the Brewers to 21st, meaning they sit in the relegation zone only on goal difference.

Hayden Carter was at the heart of the Brewers defence in both matches, getting through ninety minutes as they won 2-1 away to Charlton and 2-0 away to Rochdale.

Tyler Magloire

Tyler Magloire made only his second start for Motherwell, helping the Scottish Premiership side keep a clean sheet in their 0-0 draw at St Mirren on Wednesday.

The 22-year-old came into plenty of praise for his performance, with manager Graham Alexander singling out the defender for praise.

“Tyler Magloire in his second start, I thought he was unbelievable. I could go through the whole team and sing their praises because I thought they were magnificent.”

Graham Alexander following Motherwell’s draw with St Mirren [Lancashire Telegraph]

He kept his place for the Well’s 2-0 win at Hibernian on Saturday, playing the full ninety minutes for his second successive clean sheet.

Brad Lyons

Lyons was an unused substitute in Morecambe’s 2-1 victory over Salford City on Tuesday night, which ended dramatically as the Shrimpers scored two injury-time goals to win.

He was used as a 66th minute substitute in Saturday’s defeat away to Mansfield, as Morecambe fell to a 1-0 loss.

Tom White

White played 70 minutes in midweek for Hartlepool’s goalless draw away to Wrexham, starting in the centre of midfield.

The 23-year-old featured again on Saturday, playing the full ninety minutes as the Pools picked up a vital three points at home to Barnet.

Harry Pickering

The left-back started, played all ninety minutes and captained the side in Crewe’s 2-0 home victory over Accrington Stanley.

Pickering also did the same for the Railwaymen on Saturday as they drew 2-2 with Sunderland, conceding an injury-time equaliser.

Charlie Mulgrew

The experienced defender was absent on Tuesday night as Fleetwood Town fell to a 2-0 defeat at home to Sunderland.

Mulgrew returned for Fleetwood’s 1-1 draw with Accrington Stanley on Saturday, getting through 52 minutes before being replaced by former Rover Josh Morris.

Joe Hilton

The 21-year-old goalkeeper is still awaiting his Ross County debut, sitting on the bench for the Staggies’ 1-0 loss at St Mirren on Saturday.

Jack Vale

The Welsh forward was absent from both of Rochdale’s fixtures this week, sitting out their 0-0 draw with Northampton Town in midweek, as well as the Dale’s 2-0 defeat to Burton Albion at the weekend.

Joe Grayson

The 21-year-old defender was an unused substitute in both of Oxford’s fixtures this week, as the Us’ 1-0 defeat at Portsmouth and 1-1 draw away to Oxford United.

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