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Leeds United loan watch: Cibicki and Wilks in the goals, Sacko frustrates

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Leeds United loan watch: Cibicki and Wilks in the goals, Sacko frustrates

Leeds United have several players out on loan this season.

Leeds United thrashed Derby County 4-1 at the weekend with a highly impressive performance against the Rams. But whilst the Whites first-team thrived, what about those loaned out by the club?

Here is how the Leeds United loanees got on this weekend…

Lewie Coyle – Fleetwood Town

The Leeds United right-back was tasked with the unenviable job of filling the Cod Army’s problem left-back position at the weekend.

A tough task up against Ricky Holmes, but held his own as Joey Barton’s side beat Oxford United 2-0.

Pawel Cibicki – Molde

The Swedish forward continued his good form in Norway. A week after providing an assist he scored his first goal for his new club. Molde defeated Brann 5-1 with Cibicki grabbing the second goal of the game.

Jay-Roy Grot – VVV Venlo

Came on as a substitute as he continues recovery from injury. VVV defeated Willem II 1-0 thanks to a goal from Danny Post.

Tyler Denton – Peterborough United

An unused substitute for the second weekend in a row as Steve Evans’ side beat Rochdale 4-1 away from home.

(Photo by Matthew Ashton – AMA/Getty Images)

Paudie O’Connor – Blackpool


Could not prevent the Seasiders from defeat against Portsmouth. Will be disappointed in his role in Portsmouth’s opening goal, despite another strong performance.

Mallik Wilks – Doncaster Rovers

Looking to be a hit at the Keepmoat Stadium. Scored for the second week in a row as Donny picked up a 3-0 win against Wycombe Wanderers.

(Photo credit should read ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images)

Alejandro Machuca – Burgos

Featured in a 2-2 friendly draw with Gernika as they continue preparations for the start of the Spanish football season.

Liam Kitching – Harrogate Town

Put in a solid display during a 1-1 with Bromley.

Adrian Balboa – Badalona

Did not feature as his side lost in the Copa de Catalunya to Granollers.

Hadi Sacko – Las Palmas

His side played twice this weekend. A 1-1 friendly draw with Cadiz on Friday was followed by a 4-0 defeat v Real Betis the following day.

Sacko impressed in both games but, as reported in the local press, frustrated with his end product. Sound familiar?

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