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11 hours ago, Kane57 said:

25. Near enough

One rejected the chance to play at a higher level after the season of his life, in order to give his family a solid future. The other is now at Wrexham. 

So, in summary, Doyle didn't score 30 goals and he didn't drop down into non-league.

Also, don't ever compare us with Wrexham again.

 

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12 hours ago, Kane57 said:

We talking about Mullin, or Eoin Doyle

 

12 hours ago, Kane57 said:

One rejected the chance to play at a higher level after the season of his life, in order to give his family a solid future. The other is now at Wrexham. 

You are arguing with yourself 😂

The 2nd you is right. 

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1 hour ago, DazBob said:

So, in summary, Doyle didn't score 30 goals and he didn't drop down into non-league.

Also, don't ever compare us with Wrexham again.

 

His points have bent my head 

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Though we’d have had news on Xav’s foot injury by now but nothing so far. Let’s hope no news is good news but what if it’s not and the lad is out for at least two to three months? Can we send him back because he’s not our player at the end of the day and he’s only here until Christmas anyway, or can we extend his loan now to cover us for the whole season?

Even if there’s a small penalty if we send him back, at least we can replace him and still continue with our search for another striker, which we need more than a winger I’d say? Questions for IE but surely it’s illogical to keep him if he’s definitely out for 8 weeks minimum with the injury and then another month to get him fit and getting up to speed with the systems. Sometimes you just have to accept fate and cut your losses.

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1 hour ago, Rudy said:

If he’s out for 3 months he’ll go back to his parent club to do his rehab

Fair enough but does that effectively end the loan because there won’t be much of it left when he’s fit?

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27 minutes ago, SirNatsDog said:

Fair enough but does that effectively end the loan because there won’t be much of it left when he’s fit?

There would be clauses. If you sign someone for a loan no matter the length but if they’re injured for half of it, it’ll be cancelled. They’re insured for their respective club to complete their rehab

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4 hours ago, Rudy said:

If he’s out for 3 months he’ll go back to his parent club to do his rehab

Rightly & properly as he's contracted to them. They are a good sized outfit and will have their own doctors, surgeons, physio's etc.

Asduming no blame is attached to our handing of it then it's one of those things. They could well let him return after recovery and even, possibly, extrend it to a whole season loan.

He looked to have settled & be a possible first choice, so it'd be a shame all round.

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I think we’d all like to see him back if he’s had to return Dr. but IE will have had to find a replacement and may not want him back. Let’s just hope the injury isn’t too serious and he can be back all the sooner.

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1 hour ago, jules_darby said:

One of my Stockport mates who is often ITK about them reckons we’re sniffing around John Rooney

Dont shoot the messenger 😄 

Hide your Grandmas

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1 hour ago, jules_darby said:

One of my Stockport mates who is often ITK about them reckons we’re sniffing around John Rooney

Dont shoot the messenger 😄 

Weren't he at Barrow and one we weren't allowed to sign as part of evatts deal.  

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