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Re: Sam Gallagher

Post by mrblackbat » Wed Dec 14, 2016 5:29 pm

And then:-

52.6 Clubs shall be permitted to charge or pay a Loan Fee. The provisions of Regulation 49 shall apply in respect of the method of payment (and all associated matters relating thereto) of any Loan Fee save as follows:

52.6.1 the first sentence of Regulation 49.2.1 shall apply unless otherwise agreed between the two Clubs;

52.6.2 Regulation 49.2.2 shall not apply;

52.6.3 any such Loan Fee shall be payable on or before the date agreed between the parties, the latest of which must be 30th June immediately following the conclusion of the Season in which the Temporary Loan Transfer commenced; and

52.6.4 payment of any levy in accordance with the provisions of Regulations 49.2.9 and 49.2.11 shall only become payable where a Temporary Loan Transfer is subsequently made permanent. In such circumstances the appropriate levy payable shall be 5% of the aggregate amount of any Loan Fee and/or subsequent Transfer Fee and/or Compensation Fee payable in respect of the same Player.
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Re: Sam Gallagher

Post by WacoRover » Wed Dec 14, 2016 5:58 pm

Gallagher is:
1) Talented;
2) young.

Obviously, he needs to stay at Blackburn, if we have any hope of climbing up the table. If Rovers are able to sign him, and don't, I would say we have an infestation of stupidity.

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Re: Sam Gallagher

Post by mrblackbat » Wed Dec 14, 2016 6:04 pm

We can't afford to sign him. Thought that would have been evident by now....

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Re: Sam Gallagher

Post by Ethiaa » Wed Dec 14, 2016 6:43 pm

Was there a point you were making with the rules copy and paste or just FYI?

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Re: Sam Gallagher

Post by mrblackbat » Thu Dec 15, 2016 7:30 am

I was curious as to whether there was anything prohibiting recall if a fee was paid. Doesn't look like there is, so would just be dependent on the agreement itself.

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Re: Sam Gallagher

Post by mcteeth » Tue Feb 07, 2017 1:15 pm

Sunderland scouting Gallagher for summor move.

Unsurprising, he's been great.

I guess that is one of the main pitfalls of loaning players given our current situation, we don't have the money or status to compete when it comes to securing them on a more permanent basis. But the benefit being it is a low cost and flexible option whilst you had them. The trick is always trying to repeat this type of success.

You'd suspect Southampton may want to keep hold of him anyway.

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Re: Sam Gallagher

Post by Rover the Top » Tue Feb 07, 2017 1:30 pm

It's hardly a bad thing to loan a talented young player destined for bigger things. It's probably the best way to bring in some quality in our present situation. Sure, they're unlikely to stick around for more than a season. But if they're attracting attention it means they're doing well for us now and that's more important for us than building for the future at the moment.

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Re: Sam Gallagher

Post by mcteeth » Tue Feb 07, 2017 1:38 pm

No of course not and I know the terms of loans can vary from player to player but it's just good to know we have him all season. I also think it bodes well for us as a club, not in every case, that we will play and develop loans. And clubs often establish connections with other clubs where you see a constant stream of loans.

Coyle has history with successful loans too and generally speaking his transfer business has been very good to date.

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