How our loan players are faring

A look at our loan army

Whether they are playing for The Striped Candy Canes or in the Regenboogstadion – we want to know how our loan players are faring - they are, along with our co-operation players at FC Liefering, still contracted to our club, after all. The international break has given us the opportunity to take a look back at how they have been doing in recent weeks.

Dorgeles Nene (KVC Westerlo)


The quick attacker quickly found his feet at the newly promoted side. He has been happy to take on the super sub role, with three goal involvements in seven appearances already for De Kempeneers. It is not for nothing that Nene was recently called up to Mali's national team. 

Daouda Guindo (FC St. Gallen 1879)


Mali coach Magassouba called Guindo up to the squad too. No surprise, as the bustling full-back has become a regular in Peter Zeidler's side. With a world-class strike from 25 metres out that earned him attention right around the world, the 19-year-old even helped the side from East Switzerland to the top of the table for a while. Guindo, Vallci & Co are back in the chasing pack now.

Amankwah Forson (SCR Altach)


The Ghanaian is still waiting for his first goal in the Austrian top flight, but has been a shining light in a difficult season so far for Altach. Forson has been involved in every game so far, but has been unable to inspire them to more than one meagre point from the past six matches. Miroslav Klose's side are currently bottom of the ADMIRAL Bundesliga.

Kilian Ludewig (Aalborg BK)


After a short settling-in period, the 22-year-old has become a regular in the Danish super league, missing just eight minutes of action since the middle of August. Things are not going so sweetly though for de bolchestribede – the Striped Candy Canes - Aalborg are currently second bottom of the table.

Mamadou Sangare (SV Zulte Waregem)


Under coach Mbaye Leye, the creative spirit has been passed around between the starting line-up and the substitutes' bench, with no goal yet. Hopefully the Malian can soon make his mark on the Jupiler Pro League and get the sun shining again at the Regenboogstadion, with Zulte Waregem currently bottom of the pack.

Daniel Owusu (First Vienna FC 1894)


He only made the move to the Hohe Warte a few weeks back, but he has settled right in. The attacker has been brought on late on for each of the last three matches at the ambitious newly promoted #LigaZwa side and has got on the scoresheet already with a 2-0 win over leaders Amstetten.

Luis Vasquez (KSV 1919)


Our co-operation player moved to Kapfenberg on Deadline Day. After just a few training sessions, he played for the full 90 minutes against GAK. He has needed to watch from the stands recently, however, as his colleagues suffered their seventh defeat in their ninth #LigaZwa match.