Loan round-up: Carl Dickinson makes Coventry City debut and Chris Iwelumo helps make history against Everton

Loan round-up: Dickinson makes Coventry bow

Loan round-up: Dickinson makes Coventry bow

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Watford defender Carl Dickinson made his debut for Coventry City in their 2-0 win away at League One Bury.

Dickinson joins a host of Watford loanees currently playing in the third tier for various clubs and featured for the whole game at Gigg Lane.

It was the left back’s first competitive football since he appeared in the Hornets’ 4-1 away success at Sheffield Wednesday in November.

Stephen McGinn played another 90 minutes for Shrewsbury Town in their 2-1 success at high-flying Tranmere Rovers.

The Scot scored his first competitive goal for more than two years against Sheffield United last weekend as he steps up his recuperation efforts away from Vicarage Road following his serious knee injury.

Golden Boys striker Chris Iwelumo featured for an hour of Oldham Athletic’s stunning home draw against Premier League side Everton in the FA Cup Fifth Round. The striker was substituted for the Latics’ last-gasp scoring hero Matt Smith.

Lee Hodson took no part in Brentford’s Fourth Round FA Cup humbling at Chelsea while Steve Leo Beleck had a weekend off with Stevenage not in action.

Britt Assombalonga’s goalless run was extended to ten games after playing 90 minutes for Southend United in their 2-1 loss at home to play-off-chasing rivals Northampton Town.

Watford midfielder Piero Mingoia played the full 90 minutes of Boreham Wood’s 1-1 draw away at Bromley.

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11:06am Wed 20 Feb 13

Harry's Bar says...

There's nothing here that's not easily accessible from the BBC Sport website. As none of them are likely to pull on a WFC jersey again is this fully worthy of a "News Story". Judging by the number of posts maybe not.
There's nothing here that's not easily accessible from the BBC Sport website. As none of them are likely to pull on a WFC jersey again is this fully worthy of a "News Story". Judging by the number of posts maybe not. Harry's Bar
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