Rusnak loan spell cut short

Albert Rusnak has returned to Manchester City after his loan spell at Oldham was cut short.

Last Updated: 17/09/13 at 19:21 Post Comment

Albert Rusnak: Teenage midfielder back at Manchester City

Albert Rusnak: Teenage midfielder back at Manchester City

More of the games that matter

Upgrade in minutes or watch with a NOW TV Day Pass.

The Slovakian midfield prospect, 19, was due to stay at Boundary Park until January 5.

Rusnak made just one appearance off the bench in the league, and made one start in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

A statement on the Oldham website said: "All parties felt it was better for the 19-year-old Rusnak to pursue the opportunities available to him with City's Elite Development Squad.

"Manager Lee Johnson says he is disappointed the loan, which was due to expire on January 5th, didn't work out."

More of the games that matter

Upgrade in minutes or watch with a NOW TV Day Pass.

Related News

Most Commented

Readers' Comments

W

ell, if he'd be unable to reject an offer from Barcelona or Madrid, he may as well join Arsenal while he's waiting for them to call. It's a logical progression.

bouldasbrass
Lacazette: I'll only leave for CL

D

zeko is nothing more than a Bosnian Andy Carroll.

uncle monty
The New Dawn Gossip

A

h ha ha, excellent. Let's hope he goes on the run. Then they hunt piggy down for scoffing all the apples. At least he's done something right - he has united football fans, regardless of who they support, against FIFA and all those at the top who have been bleeding the game for their own means and giving nothing back.

GVMUFC
Blatter 'under investigation'

Footer 365

Benitez emotional at Real unveiling

Rafael Benitez refused to discuss Real Madrid's apparent interest in Raheem Sterling and David de Gea at his Bernabeu unveiling on Wednesday.

Rafa Benitez named new coach of Real Madrid

Rafa Benitez has been confirmed as the new coach of Real Madrid on a three-year contract.

Prince Ali targets interim FIFA presidency before an election

Prince Ali of Jordan is investigating if he can be FIFA's interim president before an election, according to Sky sources.

Mail Box

Does Anybody Care About Russia?

Do any of us really care about the decision to give the 2018 World Cup to Russia? We're not sure anybody does. We have mails on Blatter, Rafa and lots more...

Celebrate Good Times, But Hard Work Starts Now

The Mailbox is joyous over the impending departure of Sepp Blatter, but offers a reminder that problems remain. Plus title winners, CL play-offs and Nigel Adkins...

© 2015 Sky Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media company