Loan Watch: Wellington Silva And Jenkinson Score For National Teams


Wellington Silva – UD Almeria

Wellington Silva did not feature in UD Almeria’s tie against Granada but did get called up to Brazil’s U21 squad. He scored Brazil’s second goal and game-winner over China’s U21 team.

Austin Lipman – Boreham Wood

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Austin Lipman is having a trouble getting in-game minutes these past few weeks. He has been a substitute coming off the bench in Boreham Wood’s 1-1 ties against Concord Rangers and GoSport Borough as well as in their 4-0 win over Weston-Super-Mare in the 88th, 84th, and 77th minute respectively.


Jon Toral – Brentford 

Toral continued his fine form these past few weeks by starting in Brentford’s 2-1 London Derby win against Fulham. He picked up a yellow card in the 38th minute and forced a fine save from Fulham’s keeper before being subbed off in the 66th minute.


Benik Afobe – MK Dons 

After Afobe’s fine form past report, Afobe played 158 minutes and failed to keep his form going. He started in MK Dons’ 1-0 win over Port Vale and got subbed off after 68 minutes in the Dons’ 2-2 draw against Rochdale.


Ryo Miyaichi – FC Twente

Ryo Miyaichi did not play in FC Twente’s 2-1 win over DEC Pwolle this week. And was not called up to the national team.


Carl Jenkinson – West Ham United

Since my last report, Jenkinson got called up for England’s U21 squad and played for West Ham. Amazingly, he scored in England’s 3-1 win over Portugal and came on as a substitute for injured Ben Gibson.




In West Ham’s 2-1 loss to Everton he had a solid performance completing two out of two tackles, creating two chances, and completed five crosses – the most out of any player on West Ham.

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Steven Scott | @OneTouchSoccer |

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