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Neil Collins - Wolves
An unused sub in last night's 1-1 draw.

Clive Clarke - Coventry
Played a full game at left back in a 1-0 win away at QPR. Incidently ex-Sunderland striker Kevin Kyle was restricted to 6 minutes off the bench.

Rory Delap - Stoke
The poor lad is out for the season with a broken leg, but it has been confirmed that a permanent move will still be completed in January.

Liam Lawrence - Stoke
Much like Delap, a permanent move seems to have been agreed. Played in their great 1-0 win over West Brom today and they climb to 6th. Lawrence played the whole match on the right of midfield.

Tommy Miller - Preston
Not included in the squad for the second game running since making the move to Deepdale.

William Mocquet - Rochdale
Started on the wing for Rochdale and played 84 minutes in a 2-0 win over Mansfield.

Arnau Riera - Southend
Having been reduced to 9 men Southend left it late to introduce the funky Spaniard, who came on with 10 minutes to go, enough time to be on the pitch to see Colchester's 3rd goal in a 3-0 defeat.

Kevin Smith - Wrexham
Played 80 minutes upfront without getting on the scoresheet in Wrexham's home 2-1 victory over Lincoln City.

Jon Stead - Derby
Well guess what. He scored. Again. That makes it 3 in 9 for Stead who has now scored more for Derby than he has ever for us. It was the winner aswell, the match finished 1-0.

Andy Welsh - Leicester
Played 67 frustrating minutes on the left wing before being substituted in their 1-0 loss at Jon Stead's Derby.

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Date:Saturday November 25 2006

Time: 5:31PM

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a good report back on the loans..good idea..
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