As Arsenal’s 2022/23 loan list starts to grow, let’s take a look at how the current group got on in their matches this weekend.

Nikolaj Moller celebrating a goal for FC Den Bosch (Photo via FCDenBosch.nl)
Nikolaj Moller celebrating a goal for FC Den Bosch (Photo via FCDenBosch.nl)

Nikolaj Moller probably had the most successful weekend, scoring one and assisting one in a 10-0 win for FC Den Bosch against Zwaluw VFC.

Den Bosch will face tougher tests than the amateur Netherlands side, but Moller will be pleased to have begun his second Den Bosch loan with goals in consecutive games.

Harry Clarke also had a good weekend, playing the first hour of his debut for Stoke City away to Cork City. Not only did the defender help his team to a clean sheet, but he also assisted their opening goal.

Ovie Ejeheri made his debut in goal for Chelmsford City against Haringey Borough, playing the second 45 minutes of the match. Chelmsford scored one and conceded one during that period.

Omar Rekik made his debut for Sparta Rotterdam in a game earlier last week, playing the first 45 minutes of Sparta’s 24-0(!) win over Steeds Hooger. He also featured in an internal friendly against Sparta’s reserve side this weekend.

Mika Biereth played 45 minutes for RKC Waalwijk away to NEC Mijmegen, but he couldn’t add to his three goals for Waalwijk on loan so far, so he remains on three goals after three games.

Alex Kirk signing for Ayr United on loan (Photo via Ayr United FC)
Alex Kirk signing for Ayr United on loan (Photo via Ayr United FC)

Finally, let’s look at the two Arsenal loanees who didn’t feature this week. Alex Kirk has only just completed his move to Ayr United, so it was no real surprise he only made the bench for their Scottish League Cup match against Elgin City.

Meanwhile, there was no fixture for Tyreece John-Jules, who is yet to make his debut for Ipswich Town. They next play on Tuesday at home to West Ham United.

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