Loan Round-Up - Hectic weekend for Canaries out on loan
PUBLISHED: 11:30 30 September 2019 | UPDATED: 18:06 30 September 2019
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It was a hectic weekend for those Norwich City operators currently plying their trade elsewhere, with the Canaries talent getting plenty of minutes under their belts for their respective clubs this weekend whilst out on loan.
Left-back James Husband kick-started the weekend for the on-loan City exports, playing a full 90 minutes in Blackpool's 2-1 victory over Lincoln City on Friday.
Husband was a prominent figure throughout, completing a series of interceptions and offering constant support down the left-hand side. He came close to scoring in the first half, but his volley went wide. Fellow City loanee Rocky Bushiri was an unused substitute in the victory.
Across the Atlantic, defender Caleb Richards continues to get regular minutes for the Tampa Bay Rowdies.
Richards was involved for the entirety of their 2-2 draw against Louisville City. Richards continues to play on the left of a back three in the states.
Carlton Morris was ineffective in Rotherham United's 1-0 defeat to Bristol Rovers and was replaced in the 68th minute by manager Paul Warne. Morris spearheaded the front three in a 4-3-3 formation but was unable to leave a lasting impact on the game.
Portsmouth's form has been indifferent this season with City loanee Sean Raggett having to display patience so far. He was rewarded with his first start in Pompey's 1-0 victory over Bolton at Fratton Park, helping them keep a clean sheet.
After the game, speaking to media, Raggett said "I felt I grew into the game, the more you play, the better you are going to get.
"I will always be really critical of myself and will go home and think about different parts when I could have done better, but the main thing was the result and the clean sheet." Raggett told the Portsmouth News after the game on Saturday.
Mason Bloomfield played 90 minutes of Crawley Town's 3-2 defeat to Walsall on Saturday. The forward displayed some good hold up play and did well to draw a penalty from Walsall keeper Liam Roberts but was an anonymous figure in the second period.
Summer recruit Charlie Gilmour continued to clock up the minutes for Dutch side SC Telstar although he couldn't prevent his side losing 4-1 to FC Eindhoven.
Elsewhere, Aston Oxborough represented Wealdstone in their 4-1 defeat to Havant & Waterlooville, but they remain top of the Conference North.
Alfie Payne featured in King's Lynn Town 3-0 defeat away to York City and Josh Coley came on as a substitute in Dunfermline's 1-1 draw with Peter Grant's Alloa Athletic in Scotland.
Anthony Spyrou made his Chesterfield debut off the bench in their 2-1 victory over Aldershot Town.