Date:Wednesday September 16 2009
Vital Swindon readers have been most impressed with Celtic midfielder Simon Ferry out of the four loanees Danny Wilson has brought in this season.
It could be argued that all four have thus far failed to fulfill their full potential in a Swindon Town shirt so far but all four will have time to do so in the coming weeks and moths.
1st: Simon Ferry
The enthusiastic Scot has impressed the Town fans enough to earn him top spot in this poll.
Ferry lacked match practice prior to his Swindon debut after a long time out of the game injured.
He is without doubt a player who could benefit by extending his spell in Wiltshire until the end of the season.
2nd: Tope Obadeyi
I'm not quite sure what many Town fans expected when we signed Obadeyi on loan from Bolton Wanderers.
He hasn't impressed many fans just yet but I look at the stats and I see that he's scored two and we've not lost in the league since his arrival. If he is part of a squad that isn't losing then I'm happy!
He'll be at the County Ground until mid-October so here's hoping he can contribute a bit more in that time.
3rd: Simon Revell
Has only played one game so far and came so close to scoring with a thunderous effort on his debut against Colchester United last week.
It was a surprising signing and I doubt that he will be prolific but he offers Billy Paynter healthy competition.
4th: Ben Hutchinson
Hutchinson, without doubt, has the ability to do the business at a higher level.
However, many fans cannot help but feel he needs to shrug off the 'I'm better than this attitude' that he may currently have.
I believe once he gets on the scoresheet that attitude won't concern the fanbase. Simon Cox arrived with far more self-confidence but justified it by scoring goals.
Which loan player has impressed you the most so far this season?
63% Simon Ferry
16% Tope Obadeyi
15% Alex Revell
-6% Ben Hutchinson
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Date:Wednesday September 16 2009
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