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Loan watch - Part 1

Loan watch - Part 1

A loan watch of all the Royals round the U.K and how they are getting on at their respective clubs...

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Young striker Gozie Ugwu signed on loan for League One side Yeovil Town this month, after signing a new deal at the Madejski Stadium and has made a huge impact under Gary Johnson. The 19-year old came off the bench against Scunthorpe on Saturday to score a three-minute double.

Promising defender Michael Hector has had a mixed time since joining newly-promoted League One outfit Shrewsbury. The centre-half had a disastrous game in their Capital One Cup 4-0 loss to Leeds, but has impressed in the league with the Shrews only conceding two goals in three games.

Left back Joseph Mills joined Eddie Howe's Burnley a few weeks ago on a season-long loan and has adjusted into life at Turf Moor well. The former Southampton player has started all three of the Clarets Championship games, despite just winning one of their three games.

Former academy captain and defender Angus McDonald joined League Two side AFC Wimbledon on a six-month loan deal. The 19-year old started the Dons first two games, but was dropped after their 6-2 defeat to Burton last week. McDonald had a small stint in League Two last season with Torquay United.

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