Monday's loan watch

24th March 2014

It proved another busy weekend for Swansea City players out on loan at various clubs through the English divisions.
Ki Sung-Yueng started for Sunderland in their 2-0 defeat at Norwich City as the Black Cats remain in the relegation zone.
Meanwhile, in League One, there was a thrilling finish to the game involving Curtis Obeng's Stevenage and James Loveridge's MK Dons.
Obeng featured for the full 90 as Stevenage looked to be heading for all three points as they led 2-0 heading into the last ten minutes.
But Loveridge, who made his senior debut in professional football after coming off the bench at half-time, played his part as the Dons scored three goals in the last nine minutes to cap an amazing comeback.
Victory means the Dons are just three points off the play-off spots while Stevenage are two points from safety.
And Daniel Alfei played the whole game as Portsmouth lost 1-0 at home to York, which leaves Pompey just three points off the dropzone in League Two.
Meanwhile, Jernade Meade was not involved as Luton Town strengthened their grip at the top of the Skill Premier with a 3-0 home win over Chester, while Alan Tate was an unused sub as Aberdeen beat Kilmarnock 2-1 to remain in second place in the Scottish Premiership.