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A roundup of Watford players in action for their loan clubs over the weekend

Loan Lads | Hoban's Rovers Return

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There was a most welcome return to action for Tommie Hoban as Blackburn earned a point at Norwich on Saturday (March 11).

The 23-year-old defender, who impressed during the early stages of Rovers’ 2016/17 campaign, had been absent since suffering a shoulder injury in October.

Hoban played the entire 90 minutes as Tony Mowbray’s men drew 2-2 at Carrow Road, a result which leaves Blackburn 22nd in the Championship but below Bristol City on goal difference only.

Elsewhere, Alex Jakubiak was an 84th-minute substitute as League 2 play-off hopefuls Wycombe and Blackpool played out a goalless draw at Adams Park.

Feyenoord strengthened their position as Eredivisie league leaders with an impressive 5-2 win over AZ Alkmaar, and Steven Berghuis played until the 83rd minute. 

Obbi Oulare started for Willem II and was replaced with 17 minutes to go during a 2-0 win against PEC Zwolle.

Juan Carlos Paredes featured throughout a 2-0 win over Atromitos which means Olympiakos are now six points clear at the top of the Greek Super League.

In Spain, Valencia and Sporting Gijon drew 1-1 but Mario Suarez was an unused substititute. 

Jerome Sinclair (Birmingham), Michael Folivi (Coventry) and Adalberto Peñaranda (Malaga) were not involved for their respective loan clubs.



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