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Nelly GTFC
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Edit -  10 May 2018: I'll add this Info to the second post on the front page so it's easily noticeable for everyone.
Just some info on dates and the transfer window changes for the 2018–2019 season.

Fixtures will be released on 21 June 2018 and the opening round of matches will be played on 4 August 2018. The league season is scheduled to end on 4 May 2019.

The summer transfer window will close five days after the start of the season, on 9 August 2018, following a vote by all 72 clubs in the Football League. However, clubs will be able to make loan signings until 31 August. Goal Line Technology will be in operation at this year’s Sky Bet League One and Sky Bet League Two Semi-Final Play-Offs for the first time.
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When does the summer transfer window open?
To keep the window open for 12 weeks, in line with Fifa rules, the start date has been changed from 10 June to just a few days after the final games of the season 17 May 2018.

Clubs will be able to sell players until 31 August 2018 but they won't be able to bring in replacements after the deadline.

In addition, EFL clubs will still be able to:
  • Sign players on Standard Loan up to the 31 August 2018
  • Sign players on Standard Loan up to 31 August 2018 with an option to agree a permanent transfer when the next window opens
  • Register players who ceased to be registered with a club during the period up until 31 August 2018
  • Transfer players OUT to a club in any League whose window is still open
Link >> https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43161444
Link >> https://www.efl.com/news/2018/february/earlier-closure-of-transfer-window-agreed-by-efl-clubs/


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Am I missing something with Harry Pell? I've always just thought he was a non-league Peter Crouch playing in midfield but there's been a couple of teams fighting over his services the last 12 months. Didn't he almost sign for Blackpool in L1 in the summer?


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Morecambe have let a few go, including McGurk
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Stevenage have made an agreement to sign James Ball from Stockport County  for an undisclosed five-figure fee >> https://www.thenonleaguefootba.....for-five-figure-fee/

The 22-year-old former Northwich Victoria and Stalybridge Celtic midfielder was under contract at Edgeley Park until May 2019. Ball made 48 appearances and scored 11 in all competitions this season to help Stockport reach the National League North play-offs.


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Stevenage have made an agreement to sign James Ball from Stockport County  for an undisclosed five-figure fee >> https://www.thenonleaguefootba.....for-five-figure-fee/

The 22-year-old former Northwich Victoria and Stalybridge Celtic midfielder was under contract at Edgeley Park until May 2019. Ball made 48 appearances and scored 11 in all competitions this season to help Stockport reach the National League North play-offs.

They've got themselves a cracking player, glad he's left County. Makes them a bit more vulnerable.


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I see that Drey Wright has turned down a deal at Colchester to move to St Johnstone. Wright looked a tricky little player and I guess it just proves that Scottish Premier isn't up to much but they seem to be able to pay more than League Two clubs
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I see that Drey Wright has turned down a deal at Colchester to move to St Johnstone. Wright looked a tricky little player and I guess it just proves that Scottish Premier isn't up to much but they seem to be able to pay more than League Two clubs


They get a lot more money than League 2 sides though. Even the bottom side get a million quid in prize money, in addition to other monies from various sources, so if they can work their way up the league, the rewards get better. Still a paltry amount compared to the English Prem mind.
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They get a lot more money than League 2 sides though. Even the bottom side get a million quid in prize money, in addition to other monies from various sources, so if they can work their way up the league, the rewards get better. Still a paltry amount compared to the English Prem mind.


True, I guess as a footballer if someone can offer you a 2 or 3 year deal at double your money or thereabouts it is worth considering. Especially as you get to play at Celtic Park/Ibrox etc instead of Morecambe or Lincoln.

Some kick on after such a move like Moult who is now at Preston whilst others return to a lower level
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True, I guess as a footballer if someone can offer you a 2 or 3 year deal at double your money or thereabouts it is worth considering. Especially as you get to play at Celtic Park/Ibrox etc instead of Morecambe or Lincoln.

Some kick on after such a move like Moult who is now at Preston whilst others return to a lower level


Scotland isn't producing the talented players it once did, so to improve, they have to shop around, and the lower leagues of Europe is their spending level, unless you are one of the big clubs. To get those players from England to move there, they have to make it financially attractive enough to make it happen. Suppose it's a gamble, like most clubs, speculate to accumulate. Getting from the bottom end of the league towards the middle, gets you to 1.5 million in prize money and the teams at the top end are nearing 3 million, so if a few players, such as our Macca can help them move a few places up the league, they will pay for themselves almost.

https://spfl.co.uk/news/article/record-prize-money-for-spfl-clubs/
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So Colchester will have Comley and Pell in Central midfield next season.
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