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20 minutes ago, Sima said:

Buzzing for us to be starting the season with the same midfield pairing we had in the championship five years ago.

Need a Batty/McCreery type in the middle. Haven’t had one for years. Hopefully we can get Willock and someone else up front. 

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4 hours ago, Away Toon said:

Shouldn't be allowed to loan players without the intention of buying them IMO.

Half agree, should definitely be a case that if X games played an agreed fee is met, and clause sets in. Especially loaning within PL.
 

I think it’s pathetic we’re constantly loaning in players, especially from so called ‘big clubs’. Willock, Kenedy, all the rumours last few years of Holding, Abraham.
 

Whilst Willock was superb, I’ll never accept my club loaning in young players just so they can develop, and parent club can benefit - financially, or getting a better player back with no long term gain earned on our end.

 

Where not Roda JC, historically we’re a decent Premier League club. Time we started acting like one, Takeover or no-Takeover. Even Burnley, Brighton or Sheff U don’t/didnt go sniffing butthole for Phil Jones or Rob Holding on a handout.

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13 minutes ago, AyeDubbleYoo said:

You shouldn’t be allowed to loan players from other PL clubs at all. 

There is definitely a conflict of interest going on.

 

 

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1 minute ago, ToonArmy1892 said:

There is definitely a conflict of interests going on.

 

 

 


Not sure if same ruling exists nowadays, but in Italy, Spain players can play against each other. 
 

Even in PL, loan players can’t play against ‘own team’ but they can affect results for/against loanee/loan team. 
 

Especially within recent years, the loan market within the PL has been to offload players to anyone but ‘top 6’, either to hopefully develop the player for a season to increase his market interest/value (Willock, Sam Gallagher..) or just generally alleviate wage bill costs on players new management doesn’t want. 
 

The last loan deal I saw that was really successful, for player and both clubs - Ben White to Leeds, from Brighton. Leeds didn’t get screwed, prepared to pay £30M for him. Brighton got a PL ready player, and Ben White developed into a England international.
 

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6 hours ago, Abra Dubravka said:

Even in PL, loan players can’t play against ‘own team’ but they can affect results for/against loanee/loan team. 

 

All the loanees from bigger clubs also means that - along with all their other advantages - bigger clubs are getting to play multiple smaller clubs in depleted forms - e.g. Arsenal getting us without one of our best players. It's a racket.

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11 hours ago, joeyt said:

Convinced Fantail Breeze was a previous user. Similar posting style to Figures 1-0 Football

And I’ve got a feeling his comedic sidekick Joey Linton is Luke Edwards. 

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2 hours ago, Inferior Acuña said:

 

All the loanees from bigger clubs also means that - along with all their other advantages - bigger clubs are getting to play multiple smaller clubs in depleted forms - e.g. Arsenal getting us without one of our best players. It's a racket.


:clap: :clap: :clap: 
 

1 hour ago, Optimistic Nut said:

That works both ways though? For example Loftus-Cheek could play against Arsenal but not Chelsea, while Willock could play against Chelsea but not Arsenal.

 

Nah. 

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Arsenal have told Joe Willock that he is free to choose his own destination ahead of another loan away from the Emirates Stadium, with the 21-year-old midfielder indicating to the club that he wants to return to Newcastle after a successful spell there last season. #NUFC

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2 minutes ago, danny said:

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Arsenal have told Joe Willock that he is free to choose his own destination ahead of another loan away from the Emirates Stadium, with the 21-year-old midfielder indicating to the club that he wants to return to Newcastle after a successful spell there last season. #NUFC

 

Just have an awful feeling it's going to be Kennedy season 2

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9 minutes ago, Stifler said:

Sounds like Arsenal don’t care about his development anymore and are planning on selling him in the long term.

 

I can only assume that their management doesn't rate his all round game much and the goals he scores don't cover those deficiencies. He's probably worth a lot more to us than them tbf, his game is far better suited to teams that sit back and counter. 

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1 hour ago, Dokko said:

 

Just have an awful feeling it's going to be Kennedy season 2

 

Nah, Willock is much better than him. Even if he is poor at least he'll be able to trap the ball and doesn't seem the type to sulk about like a prick. Hope he doesn't want kids any time soon.

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6 minutes ago, TRon said:

 

I can only assume that their management doesn't rate his all round game much and the goals he scores don't cover those deficiencies. He's probably worth a lot more to us than them tbf, his game is far better suited to teams that sit back and counter. 

 

Weird move by Arsenal imo, especially if they keep giving Willian plenty minutes.

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