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Try and make better use of the loan market for a start and don't give contracts of more than a season out stuck with utter dross like mcauley for years that's holding back our own youngsters also if a player i.e. Polly won't sign fckin sell him or try for a player swap !

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9 minutes ago, Alan Simpson said:

Try and make better use of the loan market for a start and don't give contracts of more than a season out stuck with utter dross like mcauley for years that's holding back our own youngsters also if a player i.e. Polly won't sign fckin sell him or try for a player swap !

Contracts for no more than a season are a terrible idea. If a player excels during the course of that single season then he will be off to more lucrative pastures with recompense to the club.

We will have to rebuild every single season. We need continuity.

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1 hour ago, Kingsmills said:

Contracts for no more than a season are a terrible idea. If a player excels during the course of that single season then he will be off to more lucrative pastures with recompense to the club.

We will have to rebuild every single season. We need continuity.

Big risk at the level of player wer signing could be stuck with a team of duds afraid wev had more misses than hits!

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I think you both point out the dilemma. Short contacts are great if the player is very poor but they are detrimental if they are decent. 

It's a gamble but I suppose you have to try and have confidence in your signings. Several years are great if you get a Josh Meekings not so much if you get a Claude Gnackpa.  

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