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I'll make that judgement when I watch him play

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Who's making a judgement? Certainly not me. Never heard of the guy, so i'm not going to judge his ability unseen.

I was hoping for a striker to give us and the squad a boost. Forgive me for being disappointed with a utility defender on a months loan.
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We have missed Boyce,

Hurst said we will not be getting him back,

So this is a good signing imo,

We are still after a couple of strikers,

I have said Hurst is not perfect but give the guy a break,

He gets called if he does not sign a player yet gets called when he does.


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Hurst isn't stupid, he knows what he is doing.
The chances are that this loan signing is costing us next to nothing.
He obviously wants some extra cover with Thomas out, he clearly is not keen on Bignot, and doesn't want to trust the inexperience of the youngsters.
Now I know someone is going to say we need to try the younger ones but Hurst clearly is not going to.
I think he will send them out on loan first.
So, if we use Parslow once and he does well then it's been worth it.
And by signing him on loan it also means that Toto, Pearson and Magnay can play in their favoured positions with Parslow at right back.
And we've got Doig on the bench as a reserve centre half.
Also take into account that the yellow card situation is building up already.

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Quoted from mariner tommy
Hurst isn't stupid, he knows what he is doing.
The chances are that this loan signing is costing us next to nothing.
He obviously wants some extra cover with Thomas out, he clearly is not keen on Bignot, and doesn't want to trust the inexperience of the youngsters.
Now I know someone is going to say we need to try the younger ones but Hurst clearly is not going to.
I think he will send them out on loan first.
So, if we use Parslow once and he does well then it's been worth it.
And by signing him on loan it also means that Toto, Pearson and Magnay can play in their favoured positions with Parslow at right back.
And we've got Doig on the bench as a reserve centre half.
Also take into account that the yellow card situation is building up already.

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Missing the point Tommy. We all know he wanted some cover for injuries at the back - the question is why does he need to go and use this loan at this stage of the season? If the youngsters are inexperienced how on earth are they going to get experience if he doesn't play them? If he knows they are not good enough from what he has seen then why not release them and save money? Seems a silly waste of time to just hang on to them until the end of the season so they can go and join Boston.


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Think this signing makes sense. Not sure if bignot injured or deemed not good enough, and to be honest he isnt. Think parslow will come in at right back, allowing toto to move back inside.
really hoping also that he is magnay mark 2.
I think this guy has suddenly become available and is someone hurst has had his eye on for a while so jumped at the chance to get him. Do feel sorry for walker though.
obviously it is easier to sign a defender rather than a quality striker but theres still time and im sure we will get someone in before the weekend. Utm
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Missing the point Tommy. We all know he wanted some cover for injuries at the back - the question is why does he need to go and use this loan at this stage of the season? If the youngsters are inexperienced how on earth are they going to get experience if he doesn't play them? If he knows they are not good enough from what he has seen then why not release them and save money? Seems a silly waste of time to just hang on to them until the end of the season so they can go and join Boston.


I know what you mean, that's why I would think he would send them out on loan.
He clearly thinks there is potential there, but not without a bit more experience gained elsewhere.
And I can see his reasoning behind it, I think !

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I'm guessing he'll play at right back. Nsiala's not a right back and Bignot's rubbish. This signing makes sense whilst Thomas is injured. I can't comment about Walker because I've hardly seen him play.

The whole 'wtf we need a striker!!!!!!!!!!!!11111' thing's ridiculous - I'm sure football managers can attempt to sign 2 different players at the same time.


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I know what you mean, that's why I would think he would send them out on loan.
He clearly thinks there is potential there, but not without a bit more experience gained elsewhere.
And I can see his reasoning behind it, I think !

UTM


Still seems daft though Tom.

Tony Ford was 16 when he first played in the first team, Kevin Moore 18, Kevin Drinkell 17, Ryan Bennett 17 ......... plenty of other examples from days when the game was a lot rougher and we were playing at a higher level. If these kids are good enough they should play. If not, release them altogether and free up the cash. We shouldn't need to be pratting about with a months loan for cover.


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Quoted from fiveallive
In pre season PH said he had no problem putting Paul Walker in the team and that he's ready.


also said he was happy with the defensive side of his squad when it reached 8 of them........fast forward 6 weeks and we are welcoming a second loan defender already.....


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