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Loan Report: February 11th - Hyam Departs For Hemel

Good afternoon. If you're looking for something to help you get over last night's disappointing defeat to Leeds then look no further. We've got more news of a young defender departing on loan, as well as updates from Moore, Dickie, Tshibola, Tanner and more!

Hyam watches on as Jordan Rossiter's effort beats Lewis Ward in last year's FA Youth Cup
Hyam watches on as Jordan Rossiter's effort beats Lewis Ward in last year's FA Youth Cup
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Dom Hyam - Hemel Hempstead Town (Vanarama Conference South) Appearances: 1

Last week, young defender Dom Hyam joined Conference South side Hemel Hemsptead on an initial one month youth loan, meaning Dom is free to play for his parent club's youth team if required, which he has done on more than one occasion since arriving at Hemel. Dom will also continue to train full time at Hogwood for the extent of the initial loan.

In terms of playing for the Conference South outfit, Hyam deputised during last weekend's game with Gosport Borough, as Hemel took all three points thanks largely to a second half penalty from skipper Jordan Parkes and an Oliver Hawkins header, sandwiching a Gosport equaliser through Andy Robinson's first for the club. Hemel go 9th with the win, as Gosport remain 7th.


Rob Dickie/Stuart Moore - Basingstoke Town (Vanarama Conference South) Appearances: 9/32

Rob and Stuart continued their promotion push with a game against Maidenhead last week, as they took all three points to make it six wins from nine with just fourteen games remaining. Town's goals came from Manny Williams (4'), Shaun McAuley (11') and Louie Soares (38') as they won the match 3-2. Despite conceding twice, Stuart Moore was Town's man of the match, and was said to have had no chance with either of the goals and made two fantastic double saves to earn his side the win.

Town stay 4th, 6 points from the top, but with three games in hand over the league leaders, Boreham Wood.


Jon Henly - Welling United (Vanarama Conference Prem) Appearances: 16

Despite establishing himself as Welling's number one, Henly couldn't stop his side from slipping to a 5th consecutive defeat, losing out 3-2 to Macclesfield. Welling had led twice during the game, as Vose had given them a first half lead and Williams had made it 2-1 with twenty minutes left. But, two late goals from Matthew Barnes-Homer condemned the Wings to another defeat. That's no wins in seven now for United, but they remain 19th.


Aaron Tshibola - Hartlepool United (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 7

Hartlepool United's great escape looks increasingly likely each week, and they picked up more points in the past week to cut the gap to just 6 points. They started with a trip to Fratton Park to face a Portsmouth side without a win in nine, but a Matt Tubbs goal midway through the second half left United feeling deflated. Tish completed 81 minutes, before being replaced by Jonathan Franks as United searched for the equaliser that never came.

Tuesday night saw Hartlepool host Northampton though, and a solitary Marvin Morgan goal was enough to give United three points. Tish completed 90 minutes in this one, and the solid performance gives Hartlepool their third win in six. They remain bottom but close the gap to six points.


Craig Tanner - AFC Wimbledon (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 3

Craig, perhaps harshly, had to make do with a spot on the bench as his Wimbledon side hosted Newport County last weekend. A brace from Ade Akinfenwa gave the 'Dons all three points in a comfortable performance, in which Akinfenwa missed a penalty to make it 2-0, but eventually did so in the 71st minute to make amends for the dodgy spot-kick.

Tanner was reinstated to the starting line-up on Tuesday night though, as his side knocked Burton Albion off the top of the League Two table with a hard earned 0-0 draw. Tanner completed 70 minutes, before being replaced by George Francomb as Wimbledon looked to see out the point.

Craig told us on Twitter earlier that he was enjoying life at the club.


Dominic Samuel - Coventry City (SkyBet League One) Appearances: 3

Dominic completed 180 minutes this week, but saw his Coventry side pick up the solitary point as they moved perilously close to the relegation zone, and are with just one win in ten and none in their last six.

They travelled to Preston last weekend, but left with nothing as a goal from the veteran striker Kevin Davies condemned them to defeat. It got a little better the following Tuesday though, as Samuel's side battled back from behind to earn a point against Scunthorpe. Ex-Sky Blue, Gary McSheffrey, opened the scoring for United in the first half, but a stoppage time goal from Tudgay denied them all three points.


Lasha Dvali - Kasimpasa (Turkish Super Lig) Appearances: 0

On Sunday, Lasha started the game on the bench, as his new Turkish side went down 6-2 to Mersin İdmanyurdu (never heard of them either, sorry!). Brazil striker Welliton scored a hat-trick for the hosts, and Ryan Babel notched for Kasimpasa during the defeat. That's no wins in four for the Turkish side, who remain 9th, but the difference between them and the bottom club Balıkesirspor (nope, still no idea) is just 10 points.


A man of the match performance from Stuart Moore earns him the coveted accolade of our 'loanee of the week'. He helped his side see off Maidenhead, making two outstanding double saves during the late onslaught, as Town saw out the game, 3-2. Special mention this week also goes to Dom Hyam, who made his first professional start in the Conference South for Hemel Hempstead.