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1 pointPerhaps, when we are perceived to be losing 30k a week, we have players on comfortable contracts, not willing to move? Rumours that Hewitt was interesting Salford City (Husin likewise with Orient) ; (though such a move could still take place, as EFL to National League. transfer and loans can still be allowed. Duffy Brisley and Jones may also be pigeon holed , perhaps waiting for contracts to be paid up or to be loaned to Vanarama clubs?
1 pointThoughts on how Notts have done in the market? Are you feeling more positive in terms of the relegation battle now? How will each of the new players slot in? And what about the outgoings?
1 pointThose I wouldn't mind seeing the back of: - Fitzsimons - Hewitt - Duffy - Brisley - Jones - Evina - Dennis - Vaughan - Milsom - Oxlade-Chamberlain - Elliott Ward Not exactly a short list, and no doubt we will still be using/needing some of them come the end of the season.
1 pointCouldn't agree more and would be surprised if we see any of them on the pitch again barring injuries to others. They are probably thinking that if they drop down to the Vanarama on loan then that is where they are most likely going to end up in the future. They will need forcing out by being totally dropped from the match day squads and dumped to train with the kids. I will be surprised to see any of the above play again with the possible exception of Jones.
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