Loan Watch: Friday, 9th December 2022 Loan Watch: Friday, 9th December 2022

Loan Watch: Friday, 9th December 2022

One of the loaned-out Saddlers was in action on Friday evening.
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Walsall defenders Joe Foulkes, Rollin Menayese, and Peter Clarke, midfielders Sam Perry and Brendan Kiernan, strikers Timmy Abraham and Shay Willock, and scholars Dan Baldwin and Marvellous Onabirekhanlen are currently out on loan as they look to force their way into Michael Flynn's first-team plans.

OUT ON LOAN
NAME ON LOAN WITH LOAN ENDS
ROLLIN MENAYESE HARTLEPOOL UNITED 31 MAY 2023
JOE FOULKES KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS 31 MAY 2023
SAM PERRY YEOVIL TOWN 31 MAY 2023
BRENDAN KIERNAN GRIMSBY TOWN 1 JANUARY 2023
SHAY WILLOCK WORCESTER RAIDERS MONTH TO MONTH
TIMMY ABRAHAM OLDHAM ATHLETIC 1 JANUARY 2023
DAN BALDWIN WORCESTER CITY MONTH TO MONTH
MARVELLOUS ONABIREKHANLEN WORCESTER CITY MONTH TO MONTH
PETER CLARKE OLDHAM ATHLETIC JANUARY 2023

Rollin Menayese started and scored as Hartlepool United earned just their third win of the League Two campaign to move themselves off the foot of the table.

Making the trip to Crawley Town's Broadfield Stadium for a game under the Friday night lights, the Pools netted twice in the second-half to inflict defeat on the Red Devils and recently-appointed boss, Matthew Etherington.

After playing out a goalless first-half, which saw the hosts fail to secure even a shot on goal, Rollin scored his first goal of the season as he got on the end of a Callum Cooke corner with nineteen minutes of the second-half played.

The visitors went on to seal the win with nine-minutes of the second half remaining as Crawley man Travis Johnson headed home from another well-placed Cooke corner.

A superb evening for the Pools and Rollin as they take a huge step on the road to potential safety.
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