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5 minutes ago, RevidgeBlue said:

Must admit, I assumed Douglas was going to be a permanent signing. Disappointed it's a loan as if he does well we'll probably be priced out of a permanent move for him and we'll be back to square one again.

Not if he helps us get promoted though.

He’s out of contract in the summer ?

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5 minutes ago, RevidgeBlue said:

Must admit, I assumed Douglas was going to be a permanent signing. Disappointed it's a loan as if he does well we'll probably be priced out of a permanent move for him and we'll be back to square one again.

Not if he helps us get promoted though.

He is out of contract at the end of season if things work out between player and club no reason it can't become permanent

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Just now, pick32 said:

Hope we can get Mulgrew, a keeper, davenport a couple cbs and maybe even Buckley out on loan till jan the squads looking big now. Great window though mr Mowbray ?

I do hope we can manage to sort loans out for the likes of Magloire, Carter and Davenport they aren't going to get any game time here and need to start playing men's football regularly.

I do wonder if he might try to shift Bennett out the door if we can get a wide man as it will only push him further away from the team and he must be on a decent wage.

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2 minutes ago, RevidgeBlue said:

Sorry, I don't make a habit of watching Liverpool's Carabao Cup games or under 23 matches. Must try harder I suppose.

He wasn't a name on anyone's lips yesterday though unless I missed it.........

I don't think anyone was expecting him to be available. Shaqiri by all accounts was expected to leave, which would've meant Elliott staying within the first team squad at Liverpool.

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7 minutes ago, RevidgeBlue said:

Must admit, I assumed Douglas was going to be a permanent signing. Disappointed it's a loan as if he does well we'll probably be priced out of a permanent move for him and we'll be back to square one again.

Not if he helps us get promoted though.

Don’t listen to that guy pal. You’re better than that.

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8 minutes ago, RevidgeBlue said:

Must admit, I assumed Douglas was going to be a permanent signing. Disappointed it's a loan as if he does well we'll probably be priced out of a permanent move for him and we'll be back to square one again.

Not if he helps us get promoted though.

31 years old and out of contract at the end of the season. 

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Just now, islander200 said:

He is out of contract at the end of season if things work out between player and club no reason it can't become permanent

So......is he out of contract in the summer then? 

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I know all that, but if he does particularly well presumably he'll attract a great deal of interest as a free agent and we might miss out.

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10 minutes ago, Sparks Rover said:

They are all loans mate, as we know its shit or bust for Mowbray now.  He will need to start again in the summer.  Tonys last roll of the dice 

True, but it’s about winning now, and we’re getting these players during economic lean times. Besides, aren’t Douglas & Trybull out of contract at year’s end?

The owners could’ve negated any deals, saying, “look at us, we’re already in a playoff place, lead the league with a +8 goal diff”, etc. This is a good faith effort on their part. I hope we see great results, but if not, we can’t say they didn’t try. Right now, I’m not worried about what happens in summer, we needed a shot in the arm now. 

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Just now, RevidgeBlue said:

So......is he out of contract in the summer then? 

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I know all that, but if he does particularly well presumably he'll attract a great deal of interest as a free agent and we might miss out.

Yeah but why would he sign a permanent deal now when In less than 12 month time he can assess his options.

As good a signing as he is he is 31 and has had injury issues let's see how the season goes for him and us ,loan is sensible to me

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3 minutes ago, RoverKyle said:

I don't think anyone was expecting him to be available. Shaqiri by all accounts was expected to leave, which would've meant Elliott staying within the first team squad at Liverpool.

Thanks, hope he comes in if he's as good as everyone says and will be a fairly regular starter.

If he doesn't get any game time, don't see the point.

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It's been a very good window so far, and we should be up there in the play off places, and not have one of those bad runs of losses. However, not getting promoted could lead to a difficult financial situation, and a few good players being sold. It's a bit of a do or die situation.

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1 minute ago, Norbert Rassragr said:

It's been a very good window so far, and we should be up there in the play off places, and not have one of those bad runs of losses. However, not getting promoted could lead to a difficult financial situation, and a few good players being sold. It's a bit of a do or die situation.

Kaminski - £450,000
Stergiakis - £100,000
Trybull - Loan
Douglas - Loan
Dolan - Free
Ayala - Free
Elliott? - Loan

Hardly spent enough to warrant panic if we don't get promotion. In-fact with all of our outgoings, the likes of Smallwood, Mulgrew, Samuel, Hart, Leutwiler, I bet our net spend has barely gone up from last season. 

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4 minutes ago, Norbert Rassragr said:

It's been a very good window so far, and we should be up there in the play off places, and not have one of those bad runs of losses. However, not getting promoted could lead to a difficult financial situation, and a few good players being sold. It's a bit of a do or die situation.

We've got saleable assets. Not the ideal answer, but Dack/Armstrong (if he hits 20 this season) will bring in around £30million alone.

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2 minutes ago, JoeH said:

Kaminski - £450,000
Stergiakis - £100,000
Trybull - Loan
Douglas - Loan
Dolan - Free
Ayala - Free
Elliott? - Loan

Hardly spent enough to warrant panic if we don't get promotion. In-fact with all of our outgoings, the likes of Smallwood, Mulgrew, Samuel, Hart, Leutwiler, I bet our net spend has barely gone up from last season. 

You are forgetting the fact that the club has had very little income in the 7 months and that is unlikely to change in the foreseeable future.

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13 minutes ago, RevidgeBlue said:

Sorry, I don't make a habit of watching Liverpool's Carabao Cup games or under 23 matches. Must try harder I suppose.

He wasn't a name on anyone's lips yesterday though unless I missed it.........

Ah, don't be sorry mate. No one's blaming you. 

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