We have ten players currently out on loan, who have been in action this past month.
Since his debut against St Johnstone, Ricki Lamie is yet to miss a minute of action for Dundee. Three draws and a defeat for the Dee leave them 10th in the cinch Premiership. The centre back picked up an assist in a 2-2 draw with Kilmarnock in September.
Their most recent game was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch against Ross County.
Joining Partick Thistle on loan until January on the deadline day for loan deals, McGinley was thrown straight onto the bench for Thistle’s match against Dunfermline.
He would be an unused substitute against Dunfermline and was so again a week later, against Inverness CT.
Partick Thistle are currently third in the Championship, four points off the top with McGinley looking for regular game time having returned from a long-term injury this summer.
Ewan Wilson made a loan switch to Stirling Albion and has wasted no time in making an impact at the Albion.
He made is debut against Cove Rangers in a 2-2 draw, where he played 80 minutes of the match before putting in a man of the match performance in Stirling’s 1-0 win against Queen of the South at Palmerston on Saturday.
The 18-year-old notched an assist as he continues his progression with the League 1 side for the remainder of the campaign with Stirling currently sitting fifth in the table.
Since our last loan update, Sam Campbell has found regular minutes tricky to come by with Annan Athletic.
The young centre-back has only featured once since 26 August, however that came last Saturday against Cove Rangers when he was a half time substitute.
Annan were 2-0 down at the half time stage, with Campbell coming on in the second half looking to stiffen the defensive line up, the Galabankies came close to an impressive comeback however narrowly lost the game 3-2.
Robbie Garcia continues to work away at Cowdenbeath, with the 17-year-old now up to five appearances for the Lowland League side.
He played 77 minutes in their extra time win over Linlithgow Rose in the Scottish Cup and started again against Cumbernauld Colts the following week.
Garcia played 10 minutes in their last outing, which was a 3-2 win over Gretna which leaves the Blue Brazil 9th in the table.
It’s been a tricky start to the season for Kidderminster Harriers in the National League, with them currently sitting second bottom in the standings.
Despite this, Barry Maguire has been handed plenty minutes on the pitch so far. With nine appearances already for the Worcestershire side, Maguire has started five and been a substitute in four games.
A 1-0 win in their last outing against Wealdstone, could just be the trigger for a run of form. Maguire and Kidderminster are in FA Cup action this weekend, in the fourth qualifying round, against Ashton United.
Ross Tierney and Walsall are in action this evening in the EFL Cup, taking on Forest Green Rovers.
Since our last update, Walsall have played five matches, winning one, drawing one and losing three. Tierney recorded an assist in a 3-1 win against Bradford in that time, and has started all three of the last three games.
Adam MacDonald has started the last three matches for Cowdenbeath, in all competitions.
The attacking midfielder has now racked up 10 appearances for the Lowland League side this season, scoring two goals in the process.
Robbie Mahon has a new manager at Edinburgh City in the form of Michael McIndoe, who joined the club this week.
Mahon has made two substitute appearances in the last month, where he managed an assist for City’s only goal of the game against Kelty Hearts last weekend.
With ten appearances to his name this season, the new era at Edinburgh City starts against Hamilton Accies at New Douglas Park.
Mark Ferrie made his debut for Stenhousemuir against Clyde in a 2-2 draw. The striker featured for 13 minutes as a second half substitute.
Stenny’s latest match against Elgin City was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.