Stolarczyk, Opoku and Perez all enjoying loan life at Hartlepool, OH Leuven and Betis as we look up all the men out at other clubs

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Real Betis are 5th in La Liga Primera and since arriving from Leicester, Ayoze Perez has been a great asset for Manuel Pellegrini. He has played 10 games in the league and scored 1 goal, also been involved in Europa League action, and scored vs. Man Utd, despite losing over two games.

This must be a nice experience for Perez as his life in football looks to be elsewhere after this season, and a move to Real Betis could be likely, if he decides move “home”. Interest from Premier League would could see him staying on for more years being in England with Newcastle and Leicester over the last 9 years.

Jakub Stolarczyk and his Hartlepool are fighting on in League 2, desperate for points as their last two games have not gone as planned, being defeated by Salford and Newport, both games away. Before that a run of four games with two wins and two draws, and of course in reach of a safe place, as they are 2nd to bottom at this point.

Jakub Stolarczyk has cemented his place in the first team and so far played 15 league games since his arrival in January. His loan move earlier in the season did not go as planned, struggling to get into action and not playing, so to drop down a division and get game time must be good for the Poland U.21 international.

Kasey McAteer has so far been in action 15 times in League Two for Wimbledon. He has scored 1 goal and a bit of struggle as very few games are won. There are of course postives, to get game time at this level, but still would have liked things to be a bit easier for him. Wimbledon are currently 19th in the table and will most certainly be staying up.

Mark Albrighton has so far been in action 14 times for West Bromwich as they fight for a place in the play-off’s and in good reach of getting there, despite being 7th at the moment. Albrighton came on as a sub for The Baggies in their latest game away to Blackpool, winning 2-0 at Bloomfield Road.

Hamza Choudhury is back in the Watford team after a bit a struggle with injuries. He has played 34 games so far. Choudhury was in the team when Watford was defeated 3-1 at home vs. Cardiff, not to build on their win strong 2-0 home win vs. Nigel Pearson and his Bristol City, when came up against both Andy King and Matty James.

Ben Nelson is well integrated into the Doncaster team, being played in a central postion with three in the back. He has so far played 15 games for Doncaster as they look to avoid relegation and are currently 14th in the table.

George Hirst is enjoying himself at Ipswich as the Tractor Boys looks to be on their way back to Championship life. A good run of games of late with 4 goals scored and 2nd place in the table is phenomenal. A difficult loan spell at Blackburn was switched with a move to League One. Hirst has been on the field in 17 League One games so far, and unbeaten in his last 14 games.

Josh Eppiah still on the books at Leicester is out on loan this season with Northampton. The Cobblers are flying high in League Two with Eppiah involved in 17 games. Not scored this season, but still been part of a promotion push and was last seen on the field in March vs. Hartlepool, contributing to a 1-1 draw.

Nathan Opoku has not looked back since moving on loan to OH Leuven after joining Leicester from Ventura County Fusion. He has scored 2 goals in 6 games for OH Leuven, and it will interesting to follow his progress. The Ghana born forward is an interesting prospect as his skills are on an exciting level. He scored his first goal in a 4-1 home win vs. KV Mechelen. OH Leuven are currently 11th in the Jupiler.


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