Arsenal Loan Watch: Jenkinson Outstanding For Hammers, Wellington Silva Lively


Wellington Silva – UD Almeria

Wellington Silva started and completed the full 90 minutes in UD Almeria’s weekend 2-0 loss to Villareal. Judging by his stats, he looked to get more comfortable going forward with two chances created. However, he failed to make things happen for himself by unsuccessfully completing any of his five take-ons in the match.

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Austin Lipman – Boreham Wood

Austin Lipman’s form continues to be low. He had a great start to things at Boreham Wood, but he has now not scored in the past five matches. This past week he came on for Junior Morais in the 72nd minute against Hayes & Yeading United.

Jon Toral – Brentford

Jon Toral was an unused substitute in Brentford’s draw against Wigan Athletic.


Benik Afobe – MK Dons

Benik Afobe was unable to find the back of the net this week; Benik however did pick up his first yellow card of the season in MK Dons’ draw against Leyton Orient.


Ryo Miyaichi – FC Twente

Ryo Miyaichi started FC Twente’s match against Ajax and was eventually subbed off in the 62nd minute for Kasper Krusk.


Carl Jenkinson – West Ham United

Carl Jenkinson played an excellent game this past weekend against the newly promoted side, Burnley. In West Ham’s 3-1 win, Jenkinson played a well-rounded game, providing both productive offensive play as well as resilient defensive play. Offensively, Jenkinson provided an assist from one of his crosses and completed 35/39 passes. Defensively, Jenkinson completed 3/3 tackles, had 3 interceptions, completed 11/11 clearances, blocked a cross, and did all of this with committing only one foul. This was without a doubt Jenkinson’s best game so far in a West Ham shirt.


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Steven Scott | @OneTouchSoccer |

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