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Season 2013/14

Loan watch: Huws the man again

  • 25 February 2014 13:36
  • Posted by @dclayton_mcfc

Emyr Huws continues to fly at Birmingham City after his cross provided the winning goal at Blackpool at the weekend.

The Welsh midfielder has been in superb form for Blues since joining last month and recently extended his loan spell until the end of the season and his assist gave Lee Clark’s side a precious 2-1 win at Bloomfield Road.

Clark said of Huws: “Emyr is a class act – just a class act. He’s so good it’s untrue and last week he probably had his most indifferent performance for us and was still a seven out of 10. Every other performance has been an eight or nine.”

Rusnak was an unused sub but was called up for Slovakia Under-21s for their upcoming clash with Turkey where he will hope to add to the one cap he’s already won for that age group.

Albert Rusnak with ball in Croatia MF3B3704

George Evans helped Crewe to a priceless 3-1 derby win at Port Vale. Alex climb out of the relegation zone in League One as a result and Evans tweeted: “Massive 3-1 win for us today. Always class winning derbies, especially like that - thought the lads and fans were unreal!”

John Guidetti was unable to play for Stoke against City and Scott Sinclair was an unused sub for West Brom against Fulham, but Gareth Barry did all he could to try and take points off Chelsea.

The on-loan England midfielder picked up a booking as the Toffees looked to be heading for a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge – until John Terry’s injury time winner claimed victory for Jose Mourinho’s side.

Karim Rekik played a full 90 minutes for PSV who win 2-0 at NEC to stay fifth in Eredivisie. Goals from Ruiz and Depay did the damage but PSV remain 13 points behind leaders Ajax.

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