Leeds United loan watch - Alfie McCalmont scores bizarre free-kick with Whites-inspired routine at Oldham
Here, we take a look at those spending the season away from Elland Road in a bid to find first team action and check out how they are getting on with their temporary teams - so... who made their presence felt this weekend?
Let's take a look...
Alfie McCalmont - Oldham Athletic
Alfie McCalmont bagged a goal for Oldham Athletic in an impressive 5-2 victory over Colchester United on Friday night.
The midfielder has made 31 League Two appearances this season, scoring seven goals and bagging five assists.
McCalmont's strike caused headlines this weekend for a bizarre free-kick routine in the build-up.
The 21-year-old stepped up to hit the set piece home off the inside of the post, but beforehand four of his team-mates huddled in the six-yard box and comically jumped around in front of goal.
Oldham's players then rushed back to where the wall stood as McCalmont struck his effort.
Remember Whites set piece coach Gianni Vio? Apparently it was inspired by his fleeting employment at Leeds.
"I'd like to take all the credit for it but I can't," Latics boss Keith Curle said post-match.
"It's Paul Butler's one. He had an international set-piece specialist come over and he did it when he was at Leeds and he said it worked, so he put it on at the training ground. And I've got to say I was sceptical to say the least.
"I'd like to take the credit, but I won't do. That one's down to Paul."
Oldham are 16th in League Two, safely in mid-table.
Robbie Gotts - Salford City
Robbie Gotts completed 78 minutes of Salford City's 2-1 win over Stevenage in League Two.
He has made 16 appearances for the Ammies since joining in January, scoring two times and notching one assist.
Salford are ninth in League Two, chasing a play-off spot.
Ryan Edmondson - Northampton Town
Ryan Edmondson featured for 63 minutes of Northampton Town's 1-1 draw with Bristol Rovers in League One.
The 19-year-old has made 19 appearances since joining on loan in the winter window, scoring once and bagging an assist.
Northampton are 19th in League One and sit two points above the drop zone.
Jordan Stevens - Bradford City
Jordan Stevens was an unused substitute in Bradford City's 1-0 win over Grimsby Town in League Two.
The 21-year-old has made one start and 13 appearances from the bench since moving to Valley Parade in January.
The Bantams are 11th in League Two, chasing a play-off spot.
Bryce Hosannah - Bradford City
Bryce Hosannah has unfortunately returned to Leeds United after season-ending surgery.
The 22-year-old was spending the campaign on loan with Bradford City but suffered a hamstring issue in mid-December.
Hosannah failed to appear again for the Bantams and has now been ruled out until next season following the decision to operate.
He is currently undergoing his rehab at Thorp Arch.
Mateusz Bogusz - UD Logrones
Mateusz Bogusz was an unused substitute for UD Logrones in a 1-0 win over Mirandes.
Bogusz has made 18 appearances in Spain's second division this season, scoring once and notching one assist.
Logrones sit 16th in La Liga 2.
Kun Temenuzhkov - Real Union
Kun Temenuzhkov was an unused substitute for Real Union in a 2-0 win over Osasuna B.
He has made 16 appearances this season, bagging three goals.
Union are currently top of Group II in Spain's third tier division system.
Rafa Mujica - Las Palmas
Rafa Mujica was an 83rd minute substitute for Las Palmas in a 0-0 draw with Real Oviedo.
He has made nine appearances since joining on loan, scoring once in La Liga 2.
Mujica has an option to extend his stay depending on the amount of appearances he makes before the end of the season.
Las Palmas sit 10th in Spain's second division.