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Loan Report: January 14th

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This week on the loan round-up we've got action from young midfielder Aaron Tshibola as he makes his second start for Hartlepool United, as well as Basingstoke's Rob Dickie and Stuart Moore in action against a fluent Eastbourne side.

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Aaron Tshibola - Hartlepool United (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 2

We start with the impressive Tshibola again this week, with the 20-year-old midfielder earning his second 'Pools start against Cheltenham Town. Hartlepool were looking to earn their first win thirteen games and gain ground on their relegation rivals. Against the odds, they did just that, with Scott Fenwick (39') and Rakish Bingham (69') giving the 'Pools a well earned and richly deserved three points. A number of the Hartlepool fans thought that Aaron was one of the better players on the pitch and Tish rewarded them after the match, saying that the "fans were unreal" and that the team will "take momentum into next week's game (against Shrewsbury on Saturday)".

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Rob Dickie/Stuart Moore - Basingstoke Town (Vanarama Conference South) Appearances: 5/28

Rob and Stuart both played the full 90 minutes as Basingstoke travelled to Eastbourne Borough. But before that, Basingstoke's players took on the crossbar challenge which aired on Sky Sports 1 last Saturday. If you missed it, here's Stuart and some of the other players taking on Soccer AM's crossbar challenge..

Back to business though and Eastbourne were looking to avenge an earlier season defeat to their visitors as Town were victorious in the last one 1-0. No such luck this time though as Eastbourne ripped apart a Town side who just weren't on their game. Darren Lok (17'), Ian Simpemba (27') and Richard Pacquette (83') gave Eastbourne a 3-0 victory. Rob and Stuart were both given a 6/10 rating by the Basingstoke Gazette.

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Jonathan Henly - Welling United (Vanarama Conference Premier) Appearances: 13

Last but not least we have Jon Henly, whose Welling side didn't have a fixture last week. They return this Saturday as they host Alfreton Town in the league, with Jon expected to start in goal for the Wings.