Chelsea FC Domestic Loan Roundup: October 21, 2013

Jan Kruger

A look at how Chelsea's youngsters on loan in England performed over the past weekend

It was another good week for some of Chelsea's domestic loanees, one which included a goal from a player that doesn't score them regularly. The week also saw Patrick Bamford reach double digits for league goals, in addition to the pair he's scored in cup competitions. Here's the rundown on what happened:

  • Romelu Lukaku (Everton) - Lukaku started and played about 70 minutes for Everton. He didn't score, so we should probably all give up on him and start screaming for the club to sell.
  • Victor Moses (Liverpool) - Moses again played the full 90 minutes as Liverpool drew 2-2 with Newcastle this weekend. It was one of the Nigerian's quieter games this fall, he had lots of touches but didn't really cause all that much havoc for the ten-man side to deal with.
  • Nathaniel Chalobah (Nottingham Forest) - Chalobah was suspended after his red card against Brighton, and did not take part against Bournemouth.
  • Josh McEachran (Watford) - McEachran played the full 90 minutes in Watford's loss to Derby, and showed flashes of both good and bad play in the process. He was a key contributor to one of the goals, but also looked relatively shaky in defense.
  • Todd Kane (Blackburn Rovers) - As usual, Kane started and played well as Blackburn lost to Charlton.
  • Patrick Bamford (MK Dons) - Bamford seems to find a way to score just about every week now, doesn't he? He did it again against Rotherham, here's a really terrible look at it.
  • George Saville (Brentford) - Saville was finally healthy enough to return to the starting eleven, and did so against Sam Walker and Colchester. Saville played very well, and had the second of the three Brentford goals on the day.
  • Sam Walker (Colchester United) - Walker was on the receiving end of the three goals in the above set of highlights, make of his performance what you will.
  • Danny Pappoe (Colchester United) - Pappoe was not involved in the Colchester loss to Brentford, but was eligible for selection again after serving his three match ban.
  • Milan Lalkovic (Walsall) - Lalkovic saw a few minutes against Stevenage, after spending the international break away from the club. He didn't tweet anything overly exciting after the game either.
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