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This is a great example of how loan spells for young players can make sense. Even if he'd been on the bench, and despite the injuries in our defense, the lad needed some real first-team time to be able to challenge for a spot on the pitch. Whether he can do that this summer remains to be seen, but regular playing time can only help.
Delegator
11th Mar 2014 12:04
londonblackscouser
11th Mar 2014 12:10
"His been doin well coady as has souso an few of other loanees but iam hopn souso comes back an gets a realy good chnce in first team "
Vosta Lee
12th Mar 2014 2:03
"Replace how Coady described his temporary team and he could be describing Liverpool. I suppose it comes from getting a manager that knows how it's supposed to be. Great loan move. Good luck Coady. YNWA."
Amerigo
13th Mar 2014 14:43
"I'm going to see LFC in Charlotte (I'm American) so hopefully I'll get to see Coady on the pitch (and Suso, and Borini, and...) against AC Milan. I definitely think he's proven himself a capable back up to Lucas/Gerrard next season."