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Loan watch: Meyler & Elmo taste defeat



Sunderland pair Ahmed Elmohamady and David Meyler tasted defeat with Hull City on Saturday as the Tigers went down 1-0 at home to Burnley.

A goal from former Hull midfielder Dean Marney secured the win for Sean Dyche's side who sit fifth in the n.Power Championship.

Elmohamady started and played the full 90 minutes for the Yorkshire outfit, whilst Meyler was introduced at half-time for the boss' son, Alex Bruce.

Meyler is yet to start for the Tigers, but has made three substitute appearances, whilst Elmohamady has made 15 league starts.

In League One, Ryan Noble's Hartlepool United secured a point with a 1-1 draw at Walsall.

Noble came on after 52 minutes, replacing midfielder Paul Murray.

A penalty from Evan Horwood put 'Pools ahead before Dean Holden levelled four minutes after the break.
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Date:Sunday November 25 2012

Time: 5:08PM

 

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