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West Ham Weekly Loan Watch

Have a look at the latest on our loanees.

Peterborough United v West Ham United - Pre Season Friendly
Sam Howes is featured here, as he had a fantastic showing for his National League South side.
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Welcome back, Hammers! This week wasn’t as exciting as last for our loanees, but there was action nonetheless.

If you would like to get caught up on who our loanees are, you can always do that over at The West Ham Loanee Index.

Joshua Cullen — Bradford City (League One)

Josh Cullen returned from injury to take back his spot in the Bradford City midfield, but his 83-minute performance ultimately didn’t prove up to snuff as the Bantams lost after an 81’ goal from Fleetwood Town. The Bantams are still vying for a possible promotion to the Championship, but this loss hasn’t helped their cause, slipping four points behind Fleetwood Town in the League One standings, effectively keeping them in fifth place.

Even when he’s not playing, Josh Cullen gets a lot of love from Bantams fans

Toni Martinez — Oxford United (League One)

Toni played the full match for League One side Oxford United, but he was effectively defended by Southend United, scoring no goals in a 2-0 loss to the opposition.

George Dobson — Walsall FC (League One)

Georgie was introduced as a late sub for Walsall but the Saddlers ultimately didn’t do much as they drew 0-0 with Scunthorpe United.

Sam Ford — Bishop’s Stortford (National League South)

Little Sam played just eight minutes in Bishop’s Stortford’s 2-0 loss at Hungerford Town. Once again, our man hasn’t scored a goal, but it’s hard to produce in such a short amount of time. Hopefully we see Ford get some more time in the coming weeks.

Sam Howes — Hampton & Richmond (National League South)

Our promising ‘keeper Howes started once again for Hampton & Richmond on Saturday, getting his first clean sheet for the Beavers in a 1-0 win!

Alex Pike — Cheltenham Town (League Two)

Alex Pike played the full 90 minutes on Tuesday for his League Two outfit in a 2-1 loss against Stevenage. Cheltenham Town now sit at 22nd in the league table.

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