Dan Barlaser, unfortunately, only got on in injury time for Rotherham at Sunderland tonight. Though, the game ended 1-1 in what Sunderland will see as two points lost. So we are sure that Dan had some influence on his teammates even if it was mostly from the bench.
TEAM v @SunderlandAFC | Iversen; Olosunde, Ihiekwe, Robertson, Mattock; Wiles, Crooks, Lindsay; Hastie, Ladapo, Morris.
— Rotherham United (@OfficialRUFC) September 17, 2019
Elias Sorensen did not get on the pitch again in Carlisle’s 0-0 draw at home to Forest Green. This is turning into another disappointing loan spell for the youngster who will turn 20 years old tomorrow. He has played just 113 minutes through four appearances. In his only start at Scunthorpe, he was pulled at half-time. He has now not featured in Carlisle’s last two matches.
— Carlisle United FC (@officialcufc) September 17, 2019
Kelland Watts made his eighth straight start for Stevenage in a 0-1 loss at home to Northampton. Stevenage remain bottom of the League 2 table.
— Stevenage FC ?? (@StevenageFC) September 17, 2019
Liam Gibson made his second straight start at Salford City this evening. The Mariners lost the match 1-0 but Liam has played his first full match in the league. This is good progress for Liam who has struggled to get into the Grimsby side since returning from a pre-season injury.
Your #GTFC XI: McKeown (c), Hendrie, Öhman, Waterfall, Gibson, Hessenthaler, Whitehouse, Cook, Hanson, Green, Ogbu
Subs: Russell, Robson, Clifton, Vernam, Wright, Hewitt, Pollock. pic.twitter.com/5jS2DdMqga
— Grimsby Town F.C. (@officialgtfc) September 17, 2019