So, this is kind of a neat thing the club has been doing recently.
The club has been putting out a report on how the loan players have been doing at their clubs. Liam Kitching is the star of the show, as he’s been brilliant for Harrogate Town since joining them, and he scored on the weekend.
So will Kitching, Lewie Coyle, etc, make the first team next year? If Kitching keeps playing the way he has, he will at least get a look in training camp. Coyle might be drafted in to serve as fullback cover next season as well.
Other than those two, it’s hard to tell if any of them will get a look at the first team, or be sent back on loan. Oh yeah, Yosuke Ideguchi didn’t even make the matchday squad down at Cultural Leónesa. Ugh.
On to the links.
Leeds United Links
Hate the game, not the player: Leeds fans shouldn’t be upset at Wolves or any other club, they should be upset at the system that requires financial idiocy. [Through It All Together]
Andrea Radrizzani went nuts on Tuesday, calling out the players for a lack of commitment. [Yorkshire Evening Post]
England and English Football Links
A round-up of the matches in the Championship from last night. [Sky Sports]
World Football Links
Liga MX and MLS annouced a strategic partnership that includes an annual match between the champions of both leagues and an all-star game. [FMF State of Mind]
Aberdeen advanced to the next round of the Scottish Cup over Kilmarknock in dramatic fashion. [Sky Sports]