And both Gulacsi and Antwi impressed on Tuesday evening in Hereford’s 2-0 victory over Leeds United.
Hungarian goalkeeper Gulacsi was making his second appearance for The Bulls since joining the League One side for the rest of the season on transfer deadline day. Gulacsi made several impressive saves, including stopping a Lee Trundle penalty in the 37th minute.
Ghanaian Antwi, who has previously had loan spells with Accrington Stanley, Hartlepool and Tranmere before joing the Edgar Street side on a month’s emergency loan. The 20 year old defender was involved in the second goal, and received praise on Hereford’s official website’s commentary:
“It has to be said that Godwin Antwi has been a real rock for The Bulls. He’s not let anything past him and has made a number of important challenges.”
Elsewhere in League One, Leicester remain on course for promotion (10 points clear), with Jack Hobbs cementing a place in their defence and looking likely to make the move permanent in the summer.
Up in the Championship, midfielder Adam Hammill (formerly on loan at Southampton and Blackpool) made his debut for Barnsley, playing the last ten minutes of their 1-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday in a Yorkshire derby.