Nottingham Forest weren’t in action this weekend due to the international break, but plenty of their players out on loan were. 

The Reds are currently sat in the play-offs in the Championship under the management of Sabri Lamouchi.

With Forest enjoying a break from competitive action, Nottingham Forest News cast an eye towards the members of the squad currently on temporary moves away from the City Ground.

Liam Bridcutt – Bolton Wanderers

It’s been a tough start to the season for the Trotters, mainly due to all of the off-the-field problems they’ve had to endure which resulted in them having a significant points deduction. Despite this, they were able to enter positive points at the weekend as they secured a 1-0 win at home to MK Dons.

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Bridcutt has been almost ever-present under Keith Hill since joining on loan. He has made seven appearances in all competitions so far, including the entirety of the 90 minutes at the weekend.

He’ll be pleased to be getting plenty of first-team football under his belt. It’s unlikely that he has any future at the City Ground, but at least he is putting himself in the shop window with his performances.

Tyler Walker – Lincoln City

It’s not been a great start for Michael Appleton at Sincil Bank since he took over as manager following the departure of Danny and Nicky Cowley for Huddersfield Town. The Imps weren’t able to end their recent poor run of form, as they fell to a 1-0 defeat against Gillingham.

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Walker has already scored nine goals since joining the Imps on a season-long loan. However, he’ll be concerned by his side’s lack of form as they edge closer to the relegation zone.

Virgil Gomis – Macclesfield Town

The 20-year-old’s frustrating spell at Mose Rose continued at the weekend as he was left out of the matchday squad.

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However, Gomis has started to make a few more appearances for the Silkmen throughout the last few weeks in League Two. This will give him hope that he can force his way back into Daryl McMahon’s starting line-up in the near future.

Jayden Richardson – Exeter City

The 18-year-old right-back was again an unused substitute in Exeter’s goalless draw against Cheltenham Town at St James Park. He’ll be hoping that he can force his way back into the side soon having made just 10 appearances so far.

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