After a successful loan period with the Reds, Bansal-McNulty has returned to Queens Park Rangers. Amrit made seven appearances for the Reds, including a brilliant performance at Rochdale in October. Amrit’s last outing for the Reds came against Colchester on new years day.
Manny Adebowale has returned from his loan at Havant & Waterlooville. The centre-back made eight appearances for the National League South Side, who sit 10th in the table. Manny scored one goal during his time with the Hawks
Defender Harry Ransom spent the first half of the season on loan at his former club Dover Athletic. After featuring in Crawley’s behind closed doors friendly with Spurs, Ransom has returned to the Coast for the rest of the season. Ransom is a regular starter for Andy Hessenthaler’s side and has scored one goal for this season.
Florian Kastrati has returned from his loan at Kings Langley. Kastrati was an unused substitute in Crawley’s 1-0 victory away at Northampton Town.
Alex Battle has extended his loan with East Grinstead Town until January 29th. The young striker has become very popular at the Wasps, and the local side were very keen to extend the deal until the end of the month.
Szymon is also currently on loan with East Grinstead Town, and the midfielder has already impressed during his short time with the Wasps. Kowalczyk’s deal with East Grinstead expires on January 14th.
Rafiq Khaleel joined Florian Kastrati on loan at Kings Langley, and after a handful of appearances, the midfielder has returned to The People’s Pension Stadium.
Ricardo German joined National League South side Dulwich Hamlet in late October. After making three substitute appearances for the Hamlet, the striker has also returned to the People’s Pension Stadium.
Zaid Al-Hussaini returned from his loan at Chelmsford Town last week. Zaid was able to make three appearances in the National League South, but due to a change of system in the Chelmsford starting eleven, the Clarets decided not to extend Zaid’s loan deal.