Taking a look at the players currently on loan away from Glanford Park…
In this edition of Loan Watch, we’ll round up the fortunes of the seven Scunthorpe players who are plying their trade away from the club.
We start our review with striker Kyle Wootton, who got off the mark for Cheltenham in their 1-1 draw with Newport County on Saturday. The 20-year-old was in the right place at the right time, to tuck home, after the ball rebounded back into play off the post and bar.
Also featuring in that clash was defender Scott Laird, with the full-back replacing Florent Cuvelier in the second period. Laird’s substitute appearance was his first for the Saddlers since January, after he extended his initial loan spell with Jon Whitney’s side.
Saturday’s game against Sutton Coldfield provided mixed emotions for on-loan Ashton United man Jack Dyche. The 19-year-old scored his second since returning to the club, as the Robins emerged 3-1 victors at Hurst Cross, but he was then later dismissed for a foul on opposing ‘keeper James Wren.
January addition Rory Watson has not yet had the opportunity to line up for North Ferriby once more, with the Villagers not scheduled to take to the field until this weekend.
Attacker Noel Burdett is stepping up his return from an injury which has seen him miss Gainsborough Trinity’s last two fixtures against Harrogate Town and Alfreton Town respectively.
Finally, Grimsby Town boss Marcus Bignot revealed midfielder Dom Vose has suffered a setback with a thigh tear, after scans showed a recurrence of the injury.
United players out on loan…
Luke Williams - Northampton Town (until the end of the season)
Scott Laird - Walsall (until the end of the season)
Kyle Wootton - Cheltenham Town (until the end of the season)
Dom Vose - Grimsby Town (until the end of the season)
Noel Burdett - Gainsborough Trinity (until the end of the season)
Jack Dyche - Ashton United (until the end of the season)
Rory Watson - North Ferriby United (until the end of the season)
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