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gazza.1990

Midfield
Don't think there'd be much benefit in paying Loovens off. Only 12 months of his contract left, so no financial burden carrying forward to next season there. Can't see it being a big one given he signed last year.

Would rather hang on to Baldwin than Ozturk but then I remind myself that these are the players that saw us finish fifth and I shouldn't give a shit who goes.
The benefit is we are close to FFP with regards to wages and not in terms of transfer fees/single payments. A payoff is a one off fee and not counted towards a wage figure. So removing him on let's say 5k a week gives us that 5k a week to play with.
 
You could argue that Ross was overly pragmatic in terms of the number of defensive CMs that were in the side, but given what happened against Coventry when he opened it up a bit and the defence became exposed shows he was probably right. A couple of mobile, more capable defenders means that he can be more creative in terms of the midfield.
Having five goes at getting it right and not doing so doesn't fill me with hope that he knows what he's doing now.
 

Kevsgreat

Striker
The benefit is we are close to FFP with regards to wages and not in terms of transfer fees/single payments. A payoff is a one off fee and not counted towards a wage figure. So removing him on let's say 5k a week gives us that 5k a week to play with.
Pretty sure that article on Roker Report said the opposite on Cattermole, it does count towards wage so any benefit is in the difference between the wage and the payoff.
 

mickythemackem

Midfield
Having five goes at getting it right and not doing so doesn't fill me with hope that he knows what he's doing now.
The hope is that he's had time to go away and reflect on it without having a game every 4/5 days. He didn't seem to have a grand plan last season but, to me, a lot of players signed weren't necessarily his choice. He kept talking about wanting players who stretched the game, for example, and what we got was plodding midfield players.
 
The hope is that he's had time to go away and reflect on it without having a game every 4/5 days. He didn't seem to have a grand plan last season but, to me, a lot of players signed weren't necessarily his choice. He kept talking about wanting players who stretched the game, for example, and what we got was plodding midfield players.
Yet people supposedly in the know on here tell us Ross had the final say over all transfers. The balance of the team was wrong from back to front last season. Hopefully Ross has learnt from his mistakes but then again he may just not be a very good manager.
 

Johnsafc

Striker
Ex Oxford. There's the link.

We need another CB like. Even when our defence weren't directly fucking up they were inviting pressure by being poor on the ball
 

The Fitter

Winger
He played 42... 49 in all comps. Lad I sit next to at work is a Blackpool fan and raved about this lad, him and the left back Bola are both meant to be very good.

Think this would be a great signing. Him and Willis would be a massive improvement on last year.
Blackpool had a good defensive record for most of last season - Heneghan and Tilt were a solid pairing and better than what we had.
Alongside Willis we could have the best CB's in the division so it's a defo yes from me.
For me it's Baldwin or Loovens who will leave to make room as we don't need 6 CB's.
 

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