Loan Watch: Reporting back on Leeds loanees Tim Hodge May 2, 2011 Loan watch 4 Comments Ramon Nunez experienced relegation with Scunthorpe United at the weekend as he was unable to do Leeds a favour against Nottingham Forest. The Iron lost 5-1 but it was Nunez who won the penalty for Scunthorpe’s only goal but it’ll provide little consolation. Apparently, during the penalty incident, Nunez showed some petulance. He wanted to take the penalty but wasn’t allowed much to his displeasure as he argued with a team mate and then, being handed a water bottle, threw it away angrily. It’s a side of Nunez we haven’t seen or heard of before and will be interesting to learn more about his character should Simon Grayson decide to extend his contract. In League One, Adam Clayton played just the last few minutes for MK Dons. Should Leeds lose both Neil Kilkenny and Bradley Johnson it’s worrying that we may be left with a central midfield of Jonny Howson and Clayton, who can barely get a game at MK Dons. He may well not be ready for the Leeds team next season and he could see himself being loaned out to a team where he’ll actually get reasonable playing time. Aidy White and Fede Bessone played the full ninety for Oldham and Charlton respectively. Neither performed outstandingly. After clinching promotion last week, Tom Lees and League Two Bury seemed to be suffering a bit of a hangover as they were turned over 3-1 by Wycombe. At least two of the three were quite soft goals to concede. Will Hatfield was again not involved by non-league York City. He’s still a youngster but this isn’t a promising sign for his Leeds future.