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Loan watch - Williams scores winner for Cobblers

A round up of all Reading players away on loan at their respective clubs.

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Former Eastleigh striker Brett Williamsscored the winner for Northampton in their 2-1 victory over Oxford United last week. It is his second goal for the League Two outfit, who have steered clear of the relegation zone in recent months.

Towering defender Sean Morrisonhas been one of the first names on the team sheet for League One side Huddersfield. Despite their 2-0 loss to Sheffield Wednesday last week, a play-off for promotion still looks extremely likely for the Terriers.

Young midfielder Lawson D'Ath has also been a regular started for Yeovil Town and has gained notable praise from manager Gary Johnson. The 19-year old has made one appearance for the Royals, coming on as a substitute in the FA Cup in January.

Striker Mathieu Manset has made four appearances for Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua, playing with French international Nicholas Anelka. The deal for Manset is only a loan and is expected to return to Reading as pre-season begins.

Youth striker Gozie Ugwu has taken the decision to return to Reading following his loan spell at Conference Premier side Ebbsfleet United. He made eight appearances at Stonebridge Road, scoring four goals in his short tenure there.

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Date:Monday April 9 2012

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