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12 November 2016

An update on how Albion’s loanees are getting on.

A number of Brighton & Hove Albion’s first team and academy players are currently enjoying loan spells away from the club, as they obtain game time and experience at EFL and non-league level.

Here is a round-up of Albion’s players in action.

JAKE FORSTER-CASKEY is yet to enjoy victory with Rotherham United this season, most recently featuring for the Millers in defeats to Birmingham City and Norwich City.

The 22-year-old has made six appearances for the South Yorkshire side since joining on a season-long loan deal from the Seagulls, with the Millers struggling at the bottom of the Sky Bet Championship.

Forster-Caskey has been an unused substitute in a handful of games this season, as Albion’s central midfielder has found it tough to cement his place in Rotherham’s starting line-up.

CHRIS O’GRADY has featured in 13 of Burton Albion’s 16 Championship fixtures so far this season, but the striker is yet to find the back of the net for the Brewers.

O’Grady helped Nigel Clough’s team to victories over Cardiff City and Birmingham City at the Pirelli Stadium during October, with the Staffordshire side currently sitting 18th in Championship.

CHRISTIAN WALTON made his 18th appearance for Luton Town in their 3-1 FA Cup victory against Exeter City last weekend.

The Albion shot-stopper has played in every League Two fixture for the Hatters so far this season, keeping three clean sheets under the management of ex-Albion coach Nathan Jones.

Luton currently occupy fourth position in Sky Bet League Two, and the 21-year-old earned his first England under-21 cap in their 5-0 victory against Bosnia and Herzegovina.


JORDAN MAGUIRE-DREW has only missed one of Dagenham & Redbridge’s 18 National League fixtures since joining them on loan from the Seagulls.

The 19-year-old scored five goals during his first two months at Victoria Road, but was unable to add to his tally in October as the Daggers rose to third place.

Albion’s young striker also featured in Dagenham's 0-0 draw against Halifax Town in the FA Cup first round last weekend.

TOM DALLISON consistently featured for Cambridge United at the start of the season - making seven starts - but the 20-year-old fell out of contention during September and October.

The central defender returned for the U’s in their Checkatrade Trophy game against Scunthorpe United, but tasted defeat as the Irons ran out 2-0 winners.

Dallison had previously helped Cambridge to successive clean sheets against Shrewsbury Town and Mansfield Town during August.

JONAH AYUNGA joined Burgess Hill Town on a one-month loan deal and scored his first goal for the club in their 5-1 victory against Beaconsfield SYCOB, also assisting ex-Albion player Dean Cox.

The Albion striker tasted defeat on his debut for the Hillians - losing 3-0 to Needham Market - but featured in their 1-0 victory against Hendon, before missing recent fixtures due to injury.

TOM CADMAN replaced Dylan Barnett at Bognor Regis Town, as the 18-year-old arrived at Nyewood Lane for a one-month loan deal.

Cadman started for the Rocks in his opening two fixtures but tasted defeat on both occasions, losing 2-1 on his debut at Lowestoft Town and 4-1 against Slough Town.

The central defender came off the bench in Bognor’s 3-1 triumph against Wingate & Finchley, as the Rocks reached top spot in the Ryman Premier League.

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