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Posted Monday, September 2nd 2019

The City loans report

Keep up to date with the latest performances from the Robins players out on loan.

Zak Vyner helped Aberdeen go three games unbeaten with a clean sheet in a 3-0 win over Ross County in the Scottish Premiership at the weekend.

Midfielder Joe Morrell put Lincoln's City's Carabao Cup disappointment behind them, playing his part in their 2-0 win over Fleetwood Town.

Young shotstopper Lochlan Robertson saved a vital penalty on his first Evesham United appearance, who held on to beat Slimbridge 4-3.

In the Southern League Premier Division South, young pair Zak Smith and Bradd Webb featured in Taunton's 1-1 draw away to Harrow Borough.

But Max O’Leary's Shrewsbury Town suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of League One table-toppers Ipswich Town, while fellow Robins keeper Jojo Wollacott was sent off in Forest Green Rovers' 2-0 loss to Newport County. James Morton was an unused substitute.

Also in League Two, Cameron Pring and Rory Holden played the full 90 in Walsall Town's 3-1 defeat to Grimsby.

There were also defeats for Harvey Smith's Bath City (1-0), Vince Harper's Gloucester City (4-3) and Connor Evans' Torquay United (2-1). Jamie Paterson came off the bench but couldn't prevent Derby County's 3-0 defeat away to Brentford.

City players out on loan:

  • Jamie Paterson (Derby County, Championship)
  • Zak Vyner (Aberdeen, Scottish Premiership)
  • Joe Morrell (Lincoln City, League One)
  • Max O'Leary (Shrewsbury Town, League One)
  • Matty Taylor (Oxford United, League One)
  • Cameron Pring and Rory Holden (Walsall, League Two)
  • George Nurse (Newport County, League Two)
  • James Morton and Jojo Wollacott (Forest Green Rovers, League Two)
  • Robbie Cundy (Exeter City, League Two)
  • Opi Edwards and Connor Lemonheigh-Evans (Torquay United, National League)
  • Harvey Smith and Owura Edwards (Bath City, National League South)
  • Vince Harper (Gloucester City, National League North)
  • Zak Smith and Bradley Webb (Taunton Town, Southern League Premier South)
  • Lochlan Robertson (Evesham United, Southern League Division One South)

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