Loan Watch: Hornets Continue To Shine Away From The Vic
Source: Watfordfc

Watford defender Joao Ferreira played a significant role as Udinese recorded their latest positive result in Serie A, with a 1-1 draw at home to Atalanta (Sunday November 12) following up last week's impressive win at AC Milan.

Ferreira - who scored one goal in five appearances for the Hornets before temporarily switching to North-East Italy - started and completed 77 minutes of the contest at the Bluenergy Stadium, as Walace's opener was cruelly cancelled out by the visitors' Ederson at the death. The point leaves Udinese 16th in the league standings after 12 games.

Also featuring in a match that finished with his team being forced to settle for a share of the spoils was Samuel Kalu, with the Nigerian forward helping FC Lausanne-Sport to a 2-2 draw away at Yverdon Sport (Saturday November 11). A point leaves the side seventh in the Swiss Super League after 14 outings.

Back in England, Ashley Fletcher played the first half of Sheffield Wednesday's heavy defeat at home to Millwall in the Sky Bet Championship, while in League One Shaq Forde was a late substitute for Leyton Orient in their 3-2 defeat to high-flyers Oxford United (both November 11).

Among the Golden Boys' Academy talent currently plying their trade away from Vicarage Road, promising attacker James Collins helped Royston Town earn a 1-1 draw at home to Stourbridge on his debut in the Southern League Premier Central (November 11).

Defender Charlie Stallard similarly featured for Southern League Premier South outfit Hayes & Yeading for the first time - in a 2-1 defeat to Salisbury - while Hamzat Balogun was a second-half substitute for Southern League Division One Central leaders Bedford Town, as they saw off Stotfold 2-0 (both November 11).

Leyton Orient image credit: Simon O'Connor