Loan Watch 2021/22: Week 7

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In our weekly feature we will look at all the Liverpool players who are out on loan both at home and abroad and report on how they got on at their new clubs.

Monday 23rd August:

Ben Woodburn was the latest in the list of players who has got himself a loan move when he joined Scottish Premiership side Hearts, while in Spain Anderson Arroyo came on for the last 5 minutes of CD Mirandes 2-0 win over SD Amorebieta.

Tuesday 24th August:

Sepp Van Den Berg went from scoring an OG last week to this week scoring his first goal for Preston and he also picked up an assist during North End’s league cup win over Morecambe.

Friday 27th August:

We had two goalkeepers in action on Friday night with Jakub Ojrzynski starting for Caernarfon Town in the Welsh Premier League while Victor Jaros was involved in Irish cup action as St.Patricks Athletic faced off against Cork City.

Caernarfon went down 2-0 however it would have been more if it was not for Ojrzynski who made some important saves in the 2nd half while Jaros was the St.Pats hero as he saved a penalty during a shootout to put the Saints into the the quarter finals.

Saturday 28th August:

The loan player of the week is undoubtedly Sepp Van Den Berg who put in a man of the match performance in Preston’s win over Swansea City.

From Lancashire Live

Elsewhere in the Championship Ben Davies started for Sheffield United while Leighton Clarkson was substituted after 60 mins for Blackburn Rovers.

In League 2, Paul Glatzel was taken off after 55 mins after failing to impress while Anderson Arroyo minutes continue to grow in Spain where he came on for the last 15 minutes of Mirandes defeat to Sporting Gijon, the minutes he has picked up has been as a defensive midfielder.

Finally Ben Woodburn made his debut for Hearts and after making a bright start was replaced on the hour mark with manager Robbie Nielson stating.

“I thought he played really well in the first half. He’s still trying to learn our system a wee bit but the second half he wasn’t prominent so we decided to take him out.