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In a week which saw Liverpool loan out two more players in Loris Karius & Shey Ojo also saw eight out of the fourteen get some minutes this week.
Adam Bogdan (Hibernian)
The Hungarian goalkeeper has made the No.1 spot his own at Hibernian this season and has only missed two games all season and that was down to an injury.
This as another steady week for Bogdan as helped Hibernian get a point against Aberdeen which has kept the Edinburgh side unbeaten in their opening three matches this season and kept them in third place in the league.
Marko Grujic (Hertha Berlin)
After only completing his loan move last week the Hertha Berlin manager Pál Dárdai wasted no time in putting Grujic into his match day squad against Nurnberg.
While the midfielder only managed to get three minutes near the end of the game much more is expected of him in the coming weeks.
Ovie Ejaria (Rangers)
What a week it has been for the midfielder, he started off the week playing a full 90 minutes against FC Ufa in the Europa League and followed that up with another 90 minutes and a goal against Motherwell in the SPL.
He finished week helping Rangers into the Europa League proper with another goal against FC UFA.
Ryan Kent (Rangers)
If you had asked Liverpool fans at the start of the season who would have a better loan, Kent or Ejaria ?
The vast majority would have said Kent but it just has not taken off yet for the winger, he has seen game time especially in Europe and was part of the team that beat FC Ufa last week but spent the weekend on the bench vs Motherwell.
Danny Ings (Southampton)
Ings is look fit and healthy at Southampton and so far has appeared to put his injuries behind him, always to focal point of the Saints attack last week against Leicester City but was unable to find the net as Mark Hughes side took a 2-1 defeat.
It could be a long season for Southampton and they will be hoping that the signing of Ings will be enough to keep them up this season, if they are to stay up you would imagine that Ings will need to get into the double figures.
Ben Woodburn (Sheffield United)
One of the Reds best young talents who needed this loan move this season after playing hardly any football last season.
His lack of football last season may explain the lack of form shown so far for Sheffield United when not on the bench, back on the bench this week and got 5 mins vs Bolton.
Herbie Kane (Doncaster)
The academy player has really enjoyed his spell at Doncaster, making himself an ever present in their midfield.
The past week was no different as Kane got the full 90 minutes in both of Donny’s game that week, starting off the week against Shrewsbury before playing against Portsmouth mid-week.
Taiwyo Anowyi (Gent)
The Nigerian forward is another who is enjoying his loan spell, he started off the week leading the line in a Europa League qualifier versus Bordeaux getting 75 minutes and finished the week coming off the bench in a league outing against Lokeren where he hit the bar.
He does need to start hitting the net a bit more regularly but so far so good.
LFC Loan Player of the Week: Ovie Ejarie (Rangers)
Loan Players not used
Harry Wilson (Derby) – injured
Connor Randall (Rochdale) – unused sub
Shamal George (Tranmere) – unused sub
Allan Rodrigues (Frankfurt) – not in squad
Anderson Arroyo (Gent) – not in squad