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Deaman and Asante Go Out On Loan

5pm today saw the end of the loan and free transfer window for this season. Deadline day saw two players leave Blues on temporary deals whilst none have come in.

Twenty-year-old striker Akwasi Asante has gone to League One side Shrewsbury Town until the end of the season. The Dutchman has just returned from injury and has gone straight into the Shrews squad to face Carlisle United at Brunton Park tomorrow. Asante spent a month on loan at Northampton Town last season where he scored one goal in four league appearances. The striker has one appearance for Blues, in a two minute cameo against CD Nacional in 2011 in the Europa League.

Meanwhile 19-year-old defender Jack Deaman has gone to League Two side Cheltenham Town where Jack Butland spent some time last season. Deaman has been a regular in the u21 side and can play at centre half or right back. He goes into contention for tomorrow’s game between Port Vale and the Robins, which would be his professional debut if he gets onto the pitch. Deaman is with Cheltenham until the end of the season.

However, despite reported interest in a couple of Spurs youth players, Blues have taken no one else in loan to add to the six they already have (Butland, Caddis, Morrison, Thomas, Ferguson and Lee). Blues have however confirmed the release of 18-year-old midfielder Fisayo Adarabioyo by mutual consent a year into his 2 year deal.

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7 Responses to “Deaman and Asante Go Out On Loan”

  • Oldbluenose says:

    Good that Asante, and Dearman, are going to receive some lower leage playing experiance, !!.

    Very sorry to hear that Fisayo, has left though, I had thought him ” content ” to learn his trade at Blues, ?, Wonder if he was tapped-up, ?.

  • sutton apex says:

    shame to see asante go – hoped he would get a couple of run outs in first team – however the experience will be good for him, could get a few goals in lower divisions

  • mark says:

    This good for these young players, a bit like butland better for them to get experience outside the development team.
    In the long run good for blues….

    • mark says:

      This article should hit home with some fans how much Clark is driven by giving all the young players opportunity to shine and respect how big our club really is . Sorry DoctorD but do really need to make personal comments, and what is your point are you making?????

  • Tony says:

    Think he means his body is as out of condition as his Tactics

    • mark says:

      Tony now be quiet, and let me celebrate with my fellow bluenoses tactics my arse 4-0 nil against palace, now be senseable now Tony becAUSE i AM CRYING with laughter……………………kro


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