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Loan watch: Debut for Dan the Railwayman

Written by Dan King

Daniel Barlaser made his debut for Crewe Alexandra on Saturday - but his new side were beaten by a late goal.

The Gateshead-born midfielder was an 80th-minute substitute against Wycombe Wanderers, having put pen to paper on a loan move on Friday, and shortly after his introduction, Harry McKirdy scored to make it 2-2. However, Craig Mackail-Smith's stoppage time goal consigned the Railwaymen to defeat.

Crewe manager David Artell told his club's official website: "Daniel Barlaser only met the lads at 1.30pm today, but he came on and looked composed on the ball."

Meanwhile Kyle Cameron made his Queen of the South bow as a 61st-minute substitute in a 2-1 Scottish FA Cup defeat to Partick Thistle. 

Lewis McNall, who joined Gateshead for the rest of the season on Friday, was an unused substitute as the Heed won 3-1 at Chester, while Paul Woolston travelled to Atherton Collieries with his new South Shields team-mates having completed his loan move on Saturday morning - only for the game to be postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.

Adam Armstrong came on in the 63rd minute to help Blackburn beat Fleetwood 2-1 while Ivan Toney entered the fray for Scunthorpe in the 61st minute of a 3-1 home loss to Gillingham.

Blackpool were beaten 2-0 by AFC Wimbledon, with Sean Longstaff playing the full game, while Alex Gilliead also completed 90 minutes for Bradford but they lost 3-1 to Bristol Rovers.

Stuart Findlay helped Kilmarnock to progress in the Scottish FA Cup - he was a 45th-minute substitute as his side beat Ross County 1-0 - while Matz Sels kept a welcome clean sheet as Anderlecht won 1-0 at Genk on Sunday.

Meanwhile Achraf Lazaar was back in the Benevento squad after injury, but was an unused substitute as Le Streghe lost 3-0 at Bologna in Serie A.

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