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Reading FC Loan Report: March 12

So after a one week break, we're back with our latest Loan Report as we've news of an on loan defender finding the target, a full-back helping his side climb out of trouble and three goalkeepers all having to be patient.

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

Andersen has had to remain patient, with Peter Jensen remaining Randers number one for their first three games this season.


Daniel Carrico - Sevilla (Liga BBVA) Appearances: 22 Goals 3

Three games since our last report for Carrico, with the highlight being a goal for Sevilla in their 3-1 win away at Almeria. You can see his goal around the 1.20 mark in the video below.



Nick Arnold - Wycombe Wanderers (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 25

Wycombe's recent good run has continued with four points from their last three games helping them slowly climb away from the trap door of the Football League. Arnold continues to get mixed reviews from the Wanderers' fans who float between saying how impressed they are with his attacking play, to labelling him one of the worst players to play for the club. Whatever the case, 25 games in a struggling League Two side will certainly help him develop in the future.


Lawson D'Ath - Dagenham & Redbridge (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 15 Goals: 1 Red Cards: 1

D'Ath two of three games in the past couple of weeks, with his starts in games against Mansfield and Exeter both ending in draws. D'Ath was then dropped down to the bench for last night's 2-1 win at Bristol Rovers, with the midfielder not being called upon.


Ryan Edwards - Perth Glory (Australian A-League) Appearances: 12 Goals 0

No game time for Edwards who remains sidelined at Perth right now.


Jon Henly - Oxford United (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 0

Nobody warms a bench like Jon Henly... he's obviously received some good advice from Stuart Taylor back at Hogwood. In all seriousness while Henly hasn't come on to the pitch for Oxford yet, he always went there as backup and knowing how to be patient and still be ready at a moments notice will be good for our young Scottish keeper in the long run.


Stuart Moore - Gloucester City (Conference North) Appearances: 4

Fellow 'keeper Moore found himself between the sticks for Gloucester's 2-1 defeat at Solihull Moors before being dropped down to the bench a week later.