A look at the progress of those temporarily plying their trade away from CCS
got 90 minutes but finished on the losing side as Bolton Wanderers were on the receiving end of a 2-1 Brighton & Hove Albion win at the AMEX Stadium. The Trotters had taken the lead through defender Matt Mills, but Craig Mackail-Smith equalised before Joao Teixeira scored the winner on his home debut for the Seagulls. Joe Mason absent with a hamstring strain, Kevin McNaughton With full-back
It was not an enjoyable Saturday afternoon results-wise for the majority of Bluebirds on loan at other clubs this week.
was denied a clean sheet as his struggling Blackpool side were beaten 1-0 by a Wigan Athletic side featuring former Bluebirds Don Cowie and Andrew Taylor. Oriol Riera got the Latics’ only goal, with Blackpool now pointless after four games.Joe LewisElsewhere in the Championship, goalkeeper
played the full 90 as Yeovil Town were pegged back by Scunthorpe United in League One. Paddy Madden scored a late equaliser against his former club as the Iron drew level from Glovers substitute Kieffer Moore’s opener.Ben NugentTwenty-one year-old defender
was an unused substitute as defending SPFL Champions Celtic were beaten for the first time in the league this season. Eoghan O’Connell’s own goal ensured Inverness Caledonian Thistle earned all three points, and retain their place at the top of the Scottish football pyramid. The Bhoys will host Slovenian club NK Maribor in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League Play-Off in midweek, with the scores currently level at one apiece.Jo Inge BergetNorth of the border,
, was also on the losing side as his Ross County went down late at Dundee United. Filip played the whole match as goals from Nadir Ciftci and Chris Erskine helped United into third - Jake Jervis replying for the Staggies in between the hosts’ two strikes. Kiss was shown a yellow card just ten minutes into the game at Tannadice.Filip KissAnother Cardiff City star on loan in Scotland,
St. Etienne met Rennes on Sunday afternoon in Ligue Un. With KTC involved throughout, ASSE earned a point thanks to a 0-0 draw, but should have won it as Benoît Costil saved a first-half Mevlut Erding penalty. The goalless draw meant that St. Etienne failed to join Bordeaux on nine points from a possible nine at the top of the Ligue 1 table.Kévin Théophile-Catherine’sFinally,