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Loan watch - midweek update

Nathan Byrne made it two wins and two clean sheets in four days as Crawley Town moved to within a point of leaders Tranmere in League One on Tuesday night.

The young full-back completed another 90-minute shift to help his team to an impressive 2-0 home win over MK Dons.

On Saturday, Nathan started again as the Reds came home from the long trip to Hartlepool with a 1-0 win.

Back to Tuesday night's action and Jermaine Jenas came on in the 77th minute as Forest grabbed a last-minute equaliser at Blackpool in the Championship.

In League One, John Bostock was an unused substitute as Swindon lost 2-1 at Crewe and Jack Munns remained on the bench as Aldershot picked up a fine win at Southend.

Meanwhile, Ryan Fredericks has returned to the Club from his loan spell with Brentford.


In the Premier League, Danny Rose played 90 minutes for Sunderland in another crackling Tyne-Wear derby that ended 1-1 at the Stadium of Light.

In League One, John Bostock was an unused substitute as Swindon drew 1-1 against Scunthorpe.

Jack Munns joined Aldershot for a month on Friday and was an unused substitute in the Shots' 3-0 home loss against Rotherham.

Away from the UK, Simon Dawkins was celebrating as San Jose Earthquakes lifted the MLS's Supporters Shield. It is awarded to the team with the best record in the regular season.

In fact, Earthquakes secured the Shield on the Friday, when rivals Kansas were held to a goalless draw by New York Red Bulls.

Simon returned to action after a recent injury and played 66 minutes as Earthquakes drew 2-2 against LA Galaxy.

David Bentley came up against former team-mate Roman Pavlyuchenko as FC Rostov played out a 0-0 draw against Locomotive Moscow in the Russian Premier League.

Meanwhile in Greece, Bongani Khumalo played 90 minutes as PAOK beat AEK 1-0 to stay second in the Greek Super League.