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Jack Ross' verdict after Nathan Wood's long-awaited Hibernian debut ends in defeat

Oct 18, 2021

Jack Ross' verdict after Nathan Wood's long-awaited Hibernian debut ends in defeat A round-up of how Middlesbrough's loanees got on this past weekend, including Nathan Wood's Hibernian debut 16:23, 18 OCT 2021 Get the latest Boro stories straight to your inbox with our daily newsletter Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Enter your email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Nathan Wood made his long-awaited Hibernian debut this weekend, though it didn't quite go to plan as Hibs lost 3-0 to Dundee United. Neil Warnock had expressed frustration in the past week about Wood's lack of game-time at the Scottish Premiership side, but suspension to key man Ryan Porteous opened the door for the Middlesbrough academy graduate to make his bow. And while Wood, who captains England under-20s, was not blamed individually for any of the three goals his side conceded, it was hardly the best start to life at Easter Road, with Dundee United leapfrogging Hibs into third place. Asked after, Ross said of Wood: "I thought Nathan did okay. "It’s difficult at this moment to say that any of us can be satisfied with what we produced out on the pitch because of the performance and the result but I think there were aspects of his play where he will feel he contributed well. "But equally, he was part of a team that conceded three goals and collectively, we need to be better than that.” Hibs next head to Aberdeen on Saturday and with Porteous still suspended, it remains to be seen whether Wood will retain his place. Meanwhile, seven of Boro's other ten loanees were in action over the weekend too. Chuba Akpom scored his first league goal for PAOK on Sunday, though it was only enough for them to draw 4-4 with Valos. They led 4-1 before an incredible second-half comeback. Djed Spence completed another full 90 minutes for Nottingham Forest as they beat Blackpool 2-1 at the City Ground. After a great start to life at Forest, Spence was partly culpable for Blackpool's equaliser after challenging to head away a ball that his goalkeeper had come to collect, with the pair ultimately just getting in each other's way. Go HERE for the latest Boro news and views. Thankfully for Spence though, it didn't prove too costly as Steve Cooper recorded the first home win of his tenure. In League One, Lewis Wing played the full 90 minutes as Sheffield Wednesday let a two-goal lead slip to draw 2-2 with AFC Wimbledon. After the game manager Darren Moore rued missed opportunities, with Wing guilty of missing one chance to make it 3-0 just moments before the home side netted their first to make it 2-1. There was disappointment for both of Boro's two young goalkeepers in Scotland. Sol Brynn's Queen of the South lost 2-1 at Ayr United despite leading. Brynn made a couple of good saves in the second half but could do little with the penalty and close-range effort that did get past him to condemn Allan Johnston's side to defeat. As for Zach Hemming at Kilmarnock, they conceded a 95th-minute equaliser to draw 2-2 at Dunfermline. Rumarn Burrell, also on loan at the Scottish Championship side, was still not fit enough to make the bench after a recent ankle injury which thankfully didn't require surgery. Elsewhere, Hayden Hackney played 72 minutes for Scunthorpe United who were beaten 2-0 at home by Forest Green. The result kept them rooted to the bottom of the League Two table. And finally, Jack Robinson came on as an 80th-minute substitute for National League side Yeovil Town but they conceded a late equaliser against Weymouth in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup to send the tie to a replay. Ste Walker failed to make the Tranmere bench as they won at Carlisle and Hayden Coulson, close to a return from injury, was not yet ready to make the bench for Ipswich. For the latest Boro news direct to your inbox as it breaks, go here to sign up to our free football newsletter. Read More

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