West Ham United's loanees were in action on Saturday.
Ravel Morrison made his Queens Park Rangers debut by playing the full 90 minutes at Charlton Athletic, but could not prevent Harry Redknapp's side falling to a 1-0 defeat at The Valley. Fellow Hammers loanee Modibo Maiga was introduced as a 70th-minute substitute for the Hoops, who sit fourth in the table, seven points adrift of the automatic promotion places.
In League One, Jordan Spence played the full game for MK Dons, who are ninth after a 1-0 defeat at Bradford City.
North of the border, Paul McCallum played the opening 52 minutes for Heart of MIdlothian in their 2-0 Scottish Premiership defeat by leaders Celtic at Tynecastle. The game was goalless when McCallum was replaced.
At Partick Thistle, George Moncur was an unused substitute for a shock 3-1 home win over second-place Aberdeen.
In the non-league game, Taylor Miles started and Rob Girdlestone appeared as a substitute in Concord Rangers' 2-0 home Skrill South defeat by Bishops Stortford on Saturday. The pair were making their debuts for the Beachboys, who also included former Hammers Jack Lampe and Tony Stokes in their squad.
Meanwhile, Sean Maguire made his Sligo Rovers debut in the League of Ireland Premier Division side's Setanta Sports Cup 4-1 victory over Northern Irish club Crusaders on Monday evening.
Maguire was a 63rd minute substitute in the Bit o' Red's victory, and came close to scoring when a fine run ended in frustration with a save by Crusaders keeper Lacroix.