Aidy White was in action on Tuesday night for Oldham, playing 78 minutes and getting on the score sheet within the first eight with a well taken close range finish. Not long after his goal he could have had a second but was unlucky to see his tight angled shot rebound off the post. Oldham went on to comprehensively beat Hartlepool 4-0.

White continues to impress at Boundary Park and his performance gained an 8 out of 10 rating from the Manchester Evening News.

Meanwhile, Fede Bessone made his debut for Charlton against Colchester United. The general consensus from Charlton fans at was that he had a promising start with many picking up on his pace and ability to attack. A number of solid 7 out of 10 ratings show that he may be more comfortable with League One football after a disappointing season for Leeds so far.