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Loan Watch: How Dundee And United Loanees Got On Around Scotland This Weekend


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It’s been all go on the first-team front at the city’s two clubs. Dundee United have binned Jackie McNamara after an abject defeat at 10-man St Johnstone while Dundee came from behind to share a 3-3 draw with Ross County.

But how did the club’s fringe men get on while out on loan. Here’s a quick summary…

DUNDEE UNITED

Henri Anier – Hibernian

SNS-11296322-HIbernian-v-Alloa.jpg-828x5Henri Anier has spent more time in the Easter Road stands than on the pitch

Hibs recorded a 1-1 draw with fellow promotion hopefuls St Mirren at the weekend but again Anier was nowhere to be seen.

Alan Stubbs again decided against including the Estonian in his matchday 18.

Marc McCallum – Livingston

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The big stopper slotted straight from Dundee United’s first-team bench into Livingston’s starting XI, making his first senior appearance of the campaign.

And the 22-year-old managed to keep a clean sheet as Livi beat Alloa 3-0.

Scott Smith – Airdrieonians

The 20-year-old again played the full 90 minutes for Airdrieonians in central midfield. His drew 1-1 at East End Park against Dunfermline.

Robbie Muirhead – Partick Thistle

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Restored to the starting line-up Muirhead completed 65 minutes of the Jags 2-1 loss at Ross County. He is yet to complete 90 minutes this season for either Thistle or United and is yet to hit the back of the net in six outings.

Joe McGovern – East Fife

Just hours after completing a temporary switch, the Northern Irish keeper was unused sub as top of League Two East Fife beat Montrose 4-1.

DUNDEE

Craig Wighton – Raith Rovers

110907711.jpg1-e1442224371730-668x575.jpDundee’s Craig Wighton on loan at Raith Rovers

Wighton’s goals return at Championship Raith didn’t get any better at the weekend as he again drew a blank in Rovers’ 1-0 win over Dumbarton.

He lasted 78 minutes of clash which was decided by a goal from Dark Blues’ old boy Lewis Toshney.

Matty Allan – Montrose

The 19-year-old central defender made his ninth appearance for the League Two side, playing the full 90 of the Gable Endies’ 4-1 defeat to East Fife.

Cammy Kerr – Peterhead

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The right-back was again selected as Peterhead snatched a late 1-1 draw at Ayr.

Kerr played the full 90 of the match, alongside former Dens men Simon Ferry, Nicky Riley and latterly Leighton McIntosh, which was rescued in the 87th minute by James Redman.

Andy Black – Forfar Athletic

Operating from the right of Forfar’s midfield loanee Black played the full 90 minutes of his side’s 2-1 home defeat to Stranraer.



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