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BLUEBIRDS LOAN WATCH

1 September 2014

A regular look at the progress of those temporarily plying their trade away from CCS

With full-back Kevin McNaughton still absent with a hamstring strain, Joe Mason got 90 minutes but finished on the losing side as Bolton Wanderers were on the receiving end of a 1-0 defeat to manager-less Leeds United at Elland Road. The Trotters went close through Mason but were eventually defeated by a single Stephen Warnock goal in Yorkshire on Saturday afternoon.


remained on the bench for Riga’s team, who are yet to earn a Sky Bet Championship point this term.Elliot Parish conceded twice as Millwall manager Ian Holloway came back to haunt former club Blackpool with a 2-1 victory. Scott McDonald and Scott Malone put the Lions two goals ahead before Nile Ranger’s late consolation reduced the deficit. Former City keeper Joe LewisElsewhere in the Championship, goalkeeper


played the full 90 as Yeovil Town drew 1-1 at home to Barnsley on Saturday afternoon. Conor Hourihane’s first half goal put the Tykes ahead at Huish Park but a late Martin Cranie own goal secured a point for the Glovers. Yeovil have not won a competitive match at home since March.Ben Nugent21 year-old defender


Jo Inge Berget was replaced after 41 minutes as defending SPFL Champions Celtic drew 1-1 away at Dundee. James McPake headed the home side in front inside the first minute at Dens Park with Berget’s replacement Leigh Griffiths firing the Bhoys level after half time.


Filip Kiss’ Ross County side won their first match of the 2014/15 season, defeating Stranraer 2-1 in the Scottish League Cup in midweek but the Staggies couldn’t earn a first point of the campaign on Saturday falling to a 4-0 defeat at Hamilton Academicals. City midfielder Kiss was booked during this loss, as the Academicals continued their strong start.


and St. Etienne as they visited Parc des Princes. Swedish powerhouse Zlatan Ibrahimovic stole the headlines on his return from injury, scoring a hat-trick as Paris Saint-Germain sealed a 5-0 victory over Kévin Théophile-CatherineFinally, it was a Sunday afternoon to forget for in the French Capital City.Les Verts


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