Not the best of “rounds” for Leicester City loanees, who all had to see defeat in their eyes as they performed for their clubs. Josh Knight and his Peterborough experienced their second defeat and still without points in this seasons League One. Summer sale Elliott Moore was an unused sub in the same game, must have been pleased with three points away.
Layton Ndukwu came on in the 52nd minute but could not help his Southend United in their attempt to start picking up points this season, but so far just a donut for The Schrimps.
Former fox loanee Nathan Delfouneso scored two of the goals for Blackpool away in that game v. Southend, Another former fox was of course pleased as Simon Grayson is the current manager of The Seasiders.
A number of former foxes was in action at New York Stadium when Rotherham took on Lincoln, with the Imps taking all three points with a nice 2-0 win. Cian Bolger is a vital key in the Lincoln team and played all 90 minutes in their defense. Joe Mattock was in the Rotherham line-up together with Daniel Iversen who might not have very pleased with the day.
Former fox and now Swindon Town manager Richie Wellens enjoyed a good 3-2 win v. Carlisle United, where Ryan Loft was a sub and came on for Carlisle. Matt Mills was in action for his new club Forest Green, and they have had a great start winning their first and this time getting a drew away to Walsall.
Conrad Logan was in goal for Mansfield Town in their 2-2 draw at home to Morecambe with Kevin Ellison in the team, who also had an assist in the game. Billy McKay played up front for Ross County in their strong 0-0 draw away to Hearts. Former fox boss Craig Levein, currently in charge at Tynecastle, might not be as pleased.
David Stockdale was an unused sub for Birmingham in their home draw v. Bristol City. Anthony Knockaert started for Fulham as they went on to their first three pointers this season defeating Blackburn at home.
Tom Lawrence was involved in Derby’s 0-0 draw at home to Swansea. Martyn Waghorn also started the game for The Rams. Liam Moore played all 90 minutes for Reading in their 2-1 away defeat to Hull.
Paul Gallagher was on the score sheet when Preston North End defeated Wigan impressively 3-0 at Deepdale.