Duffus, whose loan at Gigg Lane was due to run until January, made two starts and three substitute appearances for the Shakers after joining them at the end of October.
His Finch Farm teammate Hallam Hope's own loan spell with Bury continues.
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2 Posted 25/11/2014 at 09:31:50
4 Posted 25/11/2014 at 19:10:36
Only 19, it will have given him a different insight into professional football, and that alone can be of great benefit. He has now played senior football, which is an achievement in itself, and it might make him realise how hard he will have to work if he wants to play for Everton.
5 Posted 26/11/2014 at 06:57:13
I do not care if he plays for League One, but he and any other youngster needs regular games, the feel of being in a competetive arena.
Being on a bench for a Championship club clearly will not help any youngster!!!
Time for Martinez and Unsworth to re-evaluate where their youngsters will get to play or not. They have missed badly so far this season with all the loan clubs bar Blackpool and Lundstram.
I have followed youth football long enough to know that without regular games every week or so then their progress will slow up, and that time you can never get back!
It is a delicate scale thing, the balance between playing at the highest possible level, and regular first team football.
Time for Martinez to pick the right loan club next time!
6 Posted 27/11/2014 at 08:10:12
Doesn't matter where you go on loan, you have got to be up to the job for that particular team, otherwise you won't play.
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