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zorro_mfc Posted on 12/06/2019 22:27
Are loans the key to promotion/play offs
 
 
We all saw the impact that targeted planned loans from the premier league (sides) had on the promotion race last season and how with the right additions you can transform a relatively modest side into a promotion chaser.

So will we be looking to follow suit in bringing in short term “for now” loans from the top 6 sides.

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Mind_Games Posted on 12/06/2019 22:31

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Hopefully better than Hughill and Besic.
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coluka Posted on 12/06/2019 22:33

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They will clearly look to the loan market and those out of contract as well as lower league gems. It might be a breakthrough season for people like Spence, Wood and Walker.

My worry is what people like Randolph will think and will he want to stay. I suspect we would happily sell anyone if the price was decent.
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zorro_mfc Posted on 12/06/2019 22:34

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True, but those were loans to buy, what I’m talking about are loaning players that we won’t have a chance of buying as they will only be loaned to help them develop.

Eng u21 style players who need games.
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middlesbrough123 Posted on 12/06/2019 22:35

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Playing the best players we have and to their strengths with a style the players enjoy playing will probably be the best thing for us to do .

Wing , tav , Britt , McNair all not used right last season .

Over 40 goals in those lads for a start , just play them regular.
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uncle_rico Posted on 12/06/2019 23:07

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You can add Saville, Fletcher and Howson to that list. There should be 25-30 goals in those three as well if used effectively.
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Anton_Berg Posted on 12/06/2019 23:13

Are loans the key to promotion/play offs

 
If there are strings attached to loans re how many games they must/must not play, then no.
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jonny_greenings_sock Posted on 12/06/2019 23:18

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Yeah 100% it is.

Exhibits being Bamford & Gaston, Mitro for Fulham, Mount & Wilson for Derby last year, a good loan player can be some of the most talented in the division.

Plus financially it makes total sense, low wages and small loan fee means you're getting a way more talented player for the outlay.

They're hard to pick, though. I thought Lewis Baker would be fantastic, he had all the pedigree, and there's plenty of McEachrans out there.

Young players might not be as good as the hype, and journeymen might just phone it in like Kitson.

You'd hope the new gaffer would have dibs on talent from Liverpool from his scouting job and Spurs.
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newyddion Posted on 13/06/2019 00:28
Edited On: 13/06/2019 00:42
Are loans the key to promotion/play offs

 
Danny Batth
Mason Holgate - Everton - LOAN

Mo Besic
Jordan Ibe - Bournemouth - LOAN

Rajiv van La Parra
Denmerai Grey - Leicester - LOAN

Jordan Hugill
Kelechi Iheanacho - Leicester- LOAN

Rudy Gestede
Stephy Mavididi - Juventus - LOAN
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middlesbrough123 Posted on 13/06/2019 00:53

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Steph mivididi has been mentioned a lot recently his agent must be touting him a move back home unfortunately he has no record of scoring . I don’t think we can afford this type of signing .
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GazC_MFC Posted on 13/06/2019 07:12

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Newt what planet do you live on hahaha. Gray to the championship?
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littledick Posted on 13/06/2019 08:24

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I think West Brom would have gone up, if they'd been able to keep Harvey Barnes for the full season [^]
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Heam44 Posted on 13/06/2019 08:43

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As Gaz says, half of the prem would be interested in Demerai Gray.
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OneEye Posted on 13/06/2019 11:01

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"Are loans the key to promotion/play offs"

Not for Boro they are not, they will be key to avoiding relegation/a mid table finish.

A true reflection of Boro's sqaud/ability is the second half of last season, where our results had us no better than a mid-table side (34 points from 23 games).

Our squad has been weakened since the end of the season, and now we're about to panic-appoint a guy who has never managed before and was part of last season's coaching staff that saw us finish as the third or fourth lowest scoring team in the division.

If anyone thinks a few good loan signings will catapult us into a promotion-chasing team then you're deluded.

First of all, good loan signings are hard to come by and the very few that are out there are likely to be snapped up by the genuine promotion-chasing teams, like Derby, Leeds, West Brom, Fulham, Cardiff etc.

Secondly, our recruitment team are absolutely clueless and wouldn't recognise a good signing if it smacked them in the face.

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Greenandblack Posted on 13/06/2019 11:44

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***Plus financially it makes total sense, low wages and small loan fee means you're getting a way more talented player for the outlay.***

Why would a good player who comes in on loan be on low wages? And why would the loan fee be less than a transfer fee amortized over 3 or 4 years? Loaning players is a guaranteed drain on the P&L, when developing young players or buying them in from lower leagues gives the club a chance of reselling them for much more money.
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