Loan round up

There were two Hammers in loan action over the weekend
Young Hammers midfielder Josh Cullen was in play-off action on Sunday as he played 90 minutes for Bradford City in their 3-1 League One semi-final first leg defeat to Millwall.
The Bantams – who were without Cullen’s West Ham loan partner Reece Burke due to injury – took the lead with a 13th minute penalty netted by Tony McMahon.
But the Lions hit back quickly, equalising two minutes later through Lee Gregory before Steve Morison and Joe Martin gave the visitors a two-goal advantage before the break.
Despite late pressure from the hosts, they could not find a way back into the game and now travel to the New Den on Friday with work to be done.
In the Scottish Premiership, Kyle Knoyle helped Dundee United sign off in style on Saturday despite their relegation, winning 4-2 at Kilmarnock.
The Terrors took an early lead when Mark Durnan headed home but they were soon behind after Kallum Higginbotham and Tope Obadeyi hit back for the hosts.
However, three goals in the final 20 minutes for United saw them end their campaign in style, as Simon Murray notched a fine brace and Harry Souttar put a gloss on the scoreline.
Full-back Knoyle completed his eleventh loan appearance in the win, and previously helped the club to a Scottish Cup semi-final earlier this season.