Loan round up

Josh Cullen played his final game on loan for Bradford City on Friday in the play-offs
Josh Cullen could not help Bradford City reach the League One play-off final on Friday as the Bantams drew 1-1 with Millwall at the New Den in the midfielder’s final game on loan.
The League One side went into the fixture hoping to overturn a 3-1 deficit from the first leg at Valley Parade but the task was made almost impossible when Lee Gregory bagged for the Lions after 33 minutes.
Jamie Proctor’s strike a minute before the break gave Phil Parkinson’s men hope but the hosts held on to their two-goal advantage and progressed to the final where they will face Barnsley.
Cullen was substituted at half time while fellow loan partner Reece Burke was an unused substitute following his recovery from an injury problem.
The former has featured 17 times on loan in Yorkshire this season, impressing in his central midfield role, while Burke played 36 times for the club, winning a number of awards at the end of the season including the Player of the Year accolade.
The pair have returned to West Ham United, along with a number of other players on loan elsewhere this season.
Jaanai Gordon, however, featured for Sligo Rovers on Saturday in their 3-0 FAI Cup win against Cabinteely.
Kieran Sadlier notched either side of a Jimmy Keohane strike to send Rovers through to the fourth round of the competition.