Loan watch

9th November 2015

Five Swans were involved for their loan clubs at the weekend, with a mixed bag of results.
Nathan Dyer came on for the last six minutes of Leicester City's 2-1 home win over Watford in the Barclays Premier League.
The Foxes - one point off leaders Manchester City and Arsenal - were already holding onto their 2-1 lead following the introduction of Dyer, who made his fifth appearance for Claudio Ranieri's side.
In the FA Cup, Connor Roberts and Josh Sheehan were involved in a bizarre tie as Yeovil progressed to the second round.
The Glovers beat non-league Maidstone despite being reduced to ten men after just seven minutes.
Yeovil took the lead after 55 minutes, but then saw former Swans loanee keeper Artur Krysiak sent off shortly after with Paul Sturrock's men having to cope with nine men.
Sheehan was replaced following the second dismissal as Yeovil sent on another defender while Roberts featured for the full game.
Adam King was in action for the full 90 minutes as Crewe were dumped out of the competition by non-league Eastleigh.
The League One side, for whom Stephen Kingsley was an unused sub, were reduced to ten men after keeper Ben Garratt was sent off just past the hour mark. Replacement keeper Danijel Nizic then conceded a penalty, which Eastleigh converted to book their place in the next round.
In the Scottish Championship, Alex Samuel started in Morton's 1-0 win over Livingston.
The striker featured for 76 minutes before being replaced in a victory which clinched a third-straight win for Morton.
Meanwhile, Jay Fulton (Oldham), Oliver Davies (Kilmarnock), who is recovering from injury, and Kenji Gorre (Den Haag) didn't feature for their loan clubs.