The Liverpool players that are out on loan took part in their first match since the closure of the transfer window over the weekend.
Allan Rodrigues de Souza, Apollon Limassol
Apollon Limassol kicked off their league campaign on Saturday, battling to a 1-1 draw with Olympiakos. Allan was named as a substitute, but went unused.
Allan will be hoping to make his Apollon, and his European, debut on Thursday when his side host Lyon in the Europa League.
Taiwo Awoniyi, Royal Excel Mouscron
Taiwo Awoniyi made his fourth consecutive start on Saturday, and helped his Royal Excel Mouscron continue their impressive start to the season, as a 2-1 win over Club Brugge saw Mouscron climb into the top three in the Belgian first division, after six games.
Awoniyi was removed after 60 minutes, with his boss bringing on defensive reinforcements to see out the victory.
— Willem II (@WillemII) September 9, 2017
Pedro Chirivella, Willem II
Pedro Chirivella also made his fourth straight start, but Willem II endured a difficult Saturday afternoon, falling to a 2-1 home defeat to ADO Den Haag. Willem II have lost their opening four games of the season, and sit dead last in the table.
Despite enduring the tough start, Chirivella has been everpresent for his loan side so far this season.
Shamal George, Carlisle United
Shamal George continued as the Carlisle #2 this weekend, and was unused substitute for his side’s 3-0 defeat at Accrington Stanley.
Toni Gomes, Forest Green Rovers
Toni Gomes made his first professional start on Saturday, lining up in attack for Forest Green’s clash with Exeter City. Unfortunately, Forest Green’s difficult start to the season continued, as they lost 3-1, with Gomes subbed off after 58 minutes.
Ryan Kent, SC Freiburg
Ryan Kent was not named in the matchday squad for Freiburg’s 0-0 draw with Borussia Dortmund.
Brooks Lennon, Real Salt Lake
Real Salt Lake suffered a disappointing defeat on Saturday evening, falling 3-2 at the hands of Vancouver Whitecaps. Brooks Lennon started on the bench, before coming on after 76 minutes.
Sheyi Ojo, Fulham
Sheyi Ojo made his England U21 debut on Tuesday, starting the 3-0 win over Latvia, although the winger was removed after 58 minutes with an injury. The setback kept Ojo out of Fulham’s Saturday 1-1 draw against Cardiff, although it is not believed to be serious.
Divock Origi, VfL Wolfsburg
After completing a loan move on deadline day, Divock Origi made his VfL Wolfsburg debut on Saturday, going straight into the first XI for the home clash with Hannover 96.
The game finished 1-1, with Origi playing the full 90 minutes.
— Divock Origi #27 (@DivockOrigi) September 10, 2017
Connor Randall, Hearts
Hearts earned a hard-fought point on Saturday, battling to a 0-0 home draw against Aberdeen. Connor Randall played the full 90 minutes.
Jordan Williams, Rochdale
Jordan Williams was once again named in the Rochdale first XI, although his side suffered a lopsided defeat, losing 3-0 at home to Blackburn Rovers. Williams played the full 90 minutes.