Former foxes and players out on loan, round of update, Bristol City, Stoke, Reading, Derby, Aberdeen and more

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For a number of former foxes and loan players, listed in our section, where are they now, and, on loan, you can keep up to date with them all. Always nice to take a follow up and many of those players in action last weekend, we have taken the following tour.

Matty James and Andy King both started in the game v. Blackpool in the season opener at Ashton Gate. The game ended 1-1. The third former Leicester player Danny Simpson was an unused sub.

Two former foxes Liam Moore and Nick Powell both came on the scoresheet in another season opener at Stoke when they defeated Reading 3-2 at home. Powell opened the scoring after 25 minutes, with Moore hitting his after 60 minutes played.

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Derby started their season at home playing Huddersfield. Two former foxes were in action with Curtis Davies scoring and also Richard Stearman in the Derby line-up. Stearman came up against his former club and with the struggles over the summer to get in quality players, Wayne Rooney made it clear that he was satisfied with a point.

Admiral Muskwe made his debut for Luton in their grand 3-0 home win v. Peterborough. Muskwe who recently joined after his release at Leicester, came on as a sub late second half. Cedric Kipre was in the starting line-up for West Bromwich in their late Friday 2-2 away opener v. Bournemouth.

Daniel Iversen had to see four balls behind him after a terrible season start coming on early on and taking over the gloves from an injured Declan Rudd after just 13 minutes. Preston were leading 1-0 at the time, but with four goals scored by Hull it became a nightmare evening for the Leicester man on loan. Greg Cunningham was another former fox in the Lillywhites line-up.

Millwall, with Gary Rowett as manager, started their season away to Queens Park Rangers. George Thomas came on late in the game and did secure a draw, both goals in the game were scored in the first half. Coventry also did well and Mark Robins must have been pleased with his pupils, one of them newly signed Martyn Waghorn playing all 90 minutes in the 2-1 v. Nottingham Forest.

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In League One Fleetwood manager Simon Grayson had to see his team defeated 0-1 by Portsmouth. George Hirst came on late and helped Pompey secure their opening season winner, Darnell Johnson was left on the bench by Grayson.

Nathan Delfouneso was an unusud sub in Bolton’s opener of the season ending in a 3-3 home draw v. MK Dons.

Elliott Moore played the full game in their away opening fixture against Cambridge. It all ended in a 1-1 draw between the neighbours at Abbey Stadium. Callum Wright was an unused sub when Cheltenham managed to get back home with one point after the result there as well ended 1-1.

Viktor Johansson had a good day out keeping a clean sheet as his Rotherham got a great start in the opener against Plymouth winning 2-0. David Stockdale was in goal for Wycombe as they managed to win 2-1 v. Accrington.

Kevin Ellison made it all happen, coming on as a late sub for Newport scoring the 1-0 winner in the 88th minute against Oldham Athletic with another former fox veteran Alan Sheehan in their starting line-up

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Tyrese Shade on loan at Walsall made his league debut for The Saddlers but had to see his team defeated 0-1 away at Tranmere. Callum Davidson in charge of St. Johnstone managed a 1-1 draw at home v. Motherwell in their second fixture of the season. Darragh O’Connor, newly signed from Leicester was not involved in the game.

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Jonny Hayes played from start as Aberdeen defeated Livingston away. Tom Parkes was an unused sub for The Lions. Aberdeen came out winners after Livingston had taken the lead, a great 2-1 away win for The Reds. Billy Kay was an unused sub for Inverness in their 1-0 win at home against Raith Rovers.

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