Loan Round Up: Henriquez tears his thigh while Keane scores a winner

Loan Round Up: Henriquez tears his thigh while Keane scores a winner

Kieran O’Hara (Trafford) – O’Hara was in-goal for Trafford’s 2-2 draw to Kings Lynn Town. Trafford started slow and O’Hara was badly positioned as they conceded an Andy Hall goal  in the 8th minute. Kings Lynn doubled their lead just two minutes later as Jake Jones powered in a header.  

After that, O’Hara settled down and acrobatically tipped Hall’s shot over the crossbar. Just before half time, O’Hara pulled off a fantastic double save to keep his side in the match – he first blocked a low drive with his legs and then palmed away Gary Mills follow-up effort. Trafford came back into the match in the second half scoring two to secure a point away from home.

Bébé (Paços de Ferreira) – Bébé played the full match for Paços as they lost 4-0 against Vitoria Setubal. They managed to get to half time without conceding but let in four in the second half.

Angelo Henriquez (Real Zaragoza) – Henriquez started his first match for Real Zaragoza since recovering from the fever he picked up at the start of the year. He had the first shot of the match which the Real Madrid B keeper saved but was subbed off at half-time. Scans have shown that he has a tear in the muscle of his right thigh.

Anderson (Fiorentina) – Anderson was an unused substitute in Fiorentina’s 2-2 draw with Parma.

He was not included in Fiorentina’s squad for their Europa League fixture against Esbjerg which saw them go through to the round of 16 with a 4-2 aggregate win.

Will Keane (Queen’s Park Rangers) – Will played a full 90 minutes for QPR’s Under-21s. He scored the winning goal when he slotted home from eight yards out to secure a 2-1 win.

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Tracey is an ardent Manchester United fan who is our senior contributor towards the Under-21s and Academy coverage.