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Reading FC Loan Report: November 12

So after last week's goal feast of a loan report could Reading's youngster's continue to impress? Find out in our latest loan report.

Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno

Michael Hector - Aberdeen (SPFL Premiership) Appearances:13 Goals: 1

After his goalscoring heroics last week there was a bit of a comedown this week for Hector and Aberdeen as they were well beaten 3-1 at home by bottom side Hearts. Hector started and played for 83 minutes before being subbed off.


Mikkel Andersen - Randers (Danish Superliga) Appearances: 10 Clean Sheets: 1

Disappointment as well for young Danish keeper Andersen who had to watch from the bench as his side were thumped 4-1 by AaB and are now just one place above the relegation places.


Daniel Carrico - Sevilla (Liga BBVA) Appearances: 7 Goals 1

Carrico was an unused sub as Sevilla drew 1-1 with Slovan Liberec but returned for their 3-1 win at Espanyol in La Liga. Carrico played the full 90 minutes in the midfield as Sevilla moved up to 11th in the table.


Nick Arnold - Wycombe Wanderers (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 10

The young full-back was given permission by Reading to play for Wycombe in their FA Cup tie with Crewe but was only named as an unnamed sub as he continues to recover from injury.


Matt Partridge - Basingstoke Town (Conference South) Appearances: 7 Goals: 2

Despite his red card last week Matt Partridge was allowed to play before serving a three-game ban as Basingstoke won a local derby 1-0 at Maidenhead to continue their play-off charge.

Sadly for Partridge he only lasted 20 minutes before being subbed due to injury and fingers crossed it's not serious.

Meanwhile check out Partridge's neat finish during the win over Dover a couple of weeks ago, it's around the 30 second mark... probably best avoiding his stamp that led to his red card later in the clip mind!


Ryan Edwards - Perth Glory (Australian A-League) Appearances: 5 Goals 0

Edwards dropped to the bench as Perth drew 1-1 at Wellington in the A-League last weekend. However the midfielder did get just over 35 minutes on the pitch as he replaced brother Cameron just after half time.


Jon Henley - Aldershot (Conference Premier) Appearances: 2 Clean Sheets: 0

Promising young keeper Jon Henley has made a loan move to Aldershot in recent weeks, with the stopper making his debut in a 1-1 draw with Chester. Sadly his second game wasn't the best as he was part of a team thrashed 4-0 at Cambridge. Still, it's great experience for a lad who's still just 19.