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Reading FC Loan Report: April 10

News of fresh loan moves for two goalkeepers and a full-back helping his team win the relegation battle in this week's Reading FC loan report.

Ben Hoskins

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

Still no game time for Andersen who must be wishing he could come back to England, or go anywhere that'll let him play regularly.


Daniel Carrico - Sevilla (Liga BBVA) Appearances: 23 Goals 3

Carrico's injury caused him to miss out on Sevilla's 2-1 win over Real Madrid and the Reading loanee has featured just once in the last two weeks, in a 1-0 defeat at Porto.


Nick Arnold - Wycombe Wanderers (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 30

Two games and two clean sheets for the full-back who's helped Wycombe beat Dagenham and earn a draw at rampant Scunthorpe over the past couple of weeks. Wycombe are now three points clear of the relegation places with five to play.


Lawson D'Ath - Dagenham & Redbridge (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 17 Goals: 1 Red Cards: 1

D'Ath seems to have fallen out of favour with the Daggers as he's had to make do with unused substitute duty in each of the last two games, including that defeat to Arnold's Wycombe.


Ryan Edwards - Perth Glory (Australian A-League) Appearances: 14 Goals 0

Just a couple of minutes of pitch time for Edwards, who was used as a late timewasting sub in Perth's 3-1 win over the Central Coast Mariners.


Jon Henly - Maidenhead (Conference South) Appearances: 3   Clean Sheets: 2

After leaving Oxford Henly went straight to Maidenhead in the Conference South where he's made an immediate impact in helping them win all three games he's played in, while keeping two clean sheets. Their manager Drax Hippolyte even singled him out for praise on BBC Berkshire last weekend while talking to Ady Williams.


Stuart Moore - Bath City (Conference South) Appearances: 2

Moore has made the move from the Conference North to the Conference South by joining Bath but he had a debut to forget as he took a last minute air kick that cost his new team a place in the Somerset Premier Cup Final. Thankfully his league debut went somewhat better as Moore's team beat Eastbourne 2-1 to keep their play-off hopes alive.