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Pilgrim86

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Re: New Left Back
« Reply #60 on: June 22, 2013, 01:19:37 PM »
Wilde cost a fee from he previous club, and has improved, so that fee should be increased
So how come your club didn't offer him better terms? You offered the same terms ONLY so you could receive a fee, and then reduced it!
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Re: New Left Back
« Reply #61 on: June 22, 2013, 07:24:09 PM »
Is there a limit to the period of time for which the club that the player is leaving is entitled to compensation?

Eg. because Gainsborough have offered Wilde the same terms, if no club was prepared to pay the compensation for the player, is the player therefore prevented from joining another (semi-)professional club indefinitely?

If there is a time limit then presumably a club in Gainsborough's situation would be compelled to accept compensation, even if they felt it was too low, as opposed to demanding more, diffusing any interest and eventually not receiving anything? But such a time limit would make the whole rule pretty useless as any club in their right mind would just wait for the time limit to expire.

The registration is eld until 31 August. He cannot sign as a free agent until jan 1st

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Re: New Left Back
« Reply #62 on: June 23, 2013, 11:01:58 AM »
CORBY have 2 very good left backs,for no fee.  why should we be looking to pay for one??

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Re: New Left Back
« Reply #63 on: June 23, 2013, 01:18:22 PM »
Is there a limit to the period of time for which the club that the player is leaving is entitled to compensation?

Eg. because Gainsborough have offered Wilde the same terms, if no club was prepared to pay the compensation for the player, is the player therefore prevented from joining another (semi-)professional club indefinitely?

If there is a time limit then presumably a club in Gainsborough's situation would be compelled to accept compensation, even if they felt it was too low, as opposed to demanding more, diffusing any interest and eventually not receiving anything? But such a time limit would make the whole rule pretty useless as any club in their right mind would just wait for the time limit to expire.

The registration is eld until 31 August. He cannot sign as a free agent until jan 1st
He would be able to sign on 1st September. The transfer window does not apply to clubs at our level.
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Re: New Left Back
« Reply #64 on: June 23, 2013, 05:53:32 PM »
CORBY have 2 very good left backs,for no fee.  why should we be looking to pay for one??

From today's non-league paper Corby have signed left-back Chris Carruthers from Hereford, so you have to assume that any left backs already on their books are probably not part of their plans for next season.

I personally wouldn't re-sign Jelleyman though. He's been a good player but he's 33 now and his best playing days are probably behind him. Plus a player of his experience wouldn't come cheap and might not fit the budget. And you have to look forwards not backwards.

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Re: New Left Back
« Reply #65 on: June 23, 2013, 06:14:46 PM »
CORBY have 2 very good left backs,for no fee.  why should we be looking to pay for one??

Because those two are crap !!!!