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Weiman is a very good player who doesn't quite fit our system or his fellow team mates in blend and style. With time he could be a great Ram. Very concerned about Vydra who has something to give but is so down it could make you weep. 


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1 hour ago, sage said:

Thought we could have a dedicated thread for Derby players out on loan.

Weimann scored for Wolves v Liverpool today.

Vernam and Rawson both starting for Coventry v Northampton


Vernam and Rawson both played 90 mins as Coventry lost 3-0, they did play 70 minutes with 10 men though

Martin could play tomorrow for Fulham v Hull

Hanson could play tomorrow for Wigan v Man United


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Been a pretty poor week for our loanees, all off them were on the end of defeats.

Hanson didnt play as Wigan lost 1-0

Weimann played 80 minutes against Burton, losing 2-1.

Martin played the entire match as they lost 1-0

Rawson played 90 minutes for Coventry, losing 2-0. Vernam didnt even make the bench

Guy played 67 minutes in Port Vale's 3-0 defeat

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An update on the loan thread as our own season is over.

Hanson - played the full game as CDM for Wigan but they lost a crunch relegation match 0-1 home to Bristol City, concedinng a dubious last-minute goal

Guy played the full game in centre midfield for Port Vale, who beat Swindon 3-2 at home . Vale have nearly clawed their way out of the League One drop zone, and have 3 games in hand to finish the job. Guy's a regular, seemingly playing well, sometimes having to help out at right back because Vale are short.

Coventry are rooted to the foot of League One and going down. Vernam started the game today but when they went 0-2 down at home to Bradford on 57 minutes he got taken off. Ten minutes later, Rawson came on because of a defensive injury. Finished 0-2. (Not even the ever-prolific Kwame Thomas could bag the Sky Blues a goal this week. Though at least he'll run around a little more than Yakubu...)

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Some comments from the Port Vale matchday thread to cheer us up:

Special mention for Callum Guy and Sam Foley who were absolutely fantastic

Pleased with Shodipo/Eagles/Guy. I think those three in particular could well be the difference between staying up or not.

Guy chased everything down but somehow I felt we lacked something in midfield today with Pugh missing. [The only slightly negative remark]

Guy in midfield was non stop and him and Foley combined well

Guy must have ran himself into the ground. 

Fantastic effort from all the players, hats off to Callum Guy covered every blade of grass. 

Great three points. Is Callum Guy really the Duracell Bunny? The lad never stopped for 90 minutes. 

Excellent energy from Guy well deserved MOM.


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