Patrik Gunnarsson - Signs for Southend on Emergency 7 Day Loan

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Joins Southend United on a 7 day emergency loan.
 

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Good luck to him, he's going to need it.
 

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I’m guessing we have built a good relationship with them through the Bentley and Yearwood transfers.

Despite their current poor situation, which is largely due to financial difficulties, their youth system remains pretty good.

Bentley and Yearwood we obviously know about, Bishop the GK has just joined United and they have a number of promising 18-21 year olds in their first team squad now.
 

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he's gonna be a busy boy ;)
 

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...the lad's mint....will be rock solid for them.
 

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Pity its only 7 days. Could do with few months regular football
 

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good stuff! Excellent experience for him. Sounds like he may well play?

There only senior keeper Oxley is out for some weeks, 18 year old Seadon played Tuesday, but he's been injured all season, their next choice is from the U-16's!!
They have a transfer embargo at the moment and cant even sign non-contract players, so I believe emergency 7 day keeper loan is the best they can do. He'll certainly play tomorrow.
They do have some very good academy players coming into the team at the moment and defensively they have improved but now cant score!!

https://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/18248842.southend-united-transfer-embargo-due-money-owed-hmrc/
 
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I’m worried that this is the further southendification of the club. What next? Beat ourselves up outside the Kursaal?
 

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Shame about the defence that will be in front of him.

.....the clues were mint and rock...they sell it on the seafront....#whoosh.
 

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Pity its only 7 days. Could do with few months regular football

It may well become longer, but they have restrictions because of transfer embargo which they hope will be lifted next week
 

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Burton's keeper had a shocker! Watch Southend's first goal! Southend's defence is very very poor!!
 

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I don't think he'll roll it out to defenders again. Think he could have done better on the first goal
 

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Well a goalkeeper will learn more behind a bad defence than a good one... Southend have ended up with one of the worst teams League One has ever seen (with apparently the 8th highest budget...) He'll certainly learn something there even if it is just short term.
 

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There only senior keeper Oxley is out for some weeks, 18 year old Seadon played Tuesday, but he's been injured all season, their next choice is from the U-16's!!
They have a transfer embargo at the moment and cant even sign non-contract players, so I believe emergency 7 day keeper loan is the best they can do. He'll certainly play tomorrow.
They do have some very good academy players coming into the team at the moment and defensively they have improved but now cant score!!

https://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/18248842.southend-united-transfer-embargo-due-money-owed-hmrc/

Sounds like they need him for more than seven days.
 

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Is there any indication that 7 day loans can be extended over and over, like one month loans under the old (far superior to now) system?
 

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He seems very blamey in that clip !
 

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He seems very blamey in that clip !

yeah gotta say, i don't like keepers who shout at their defenders after every goal. doesn't seem the right way to go about it. hopefully Pat will learn from this... don't think he could've done much for the goals himself though.
 

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Emergency Loans are for only seven days.

They can be used as many times as needed

However, the loaning Club has to prove that they cannot field a goalkeeper of their own.

Emergency Goalkeeper Loan

57.1 If all the Professional Goalkeepers at a Club are unavailable as a result of having been:

57.1.1 certified by an independent medical practitioner as being unfit to play;

57.1.2 suspended; or

57.1.3 called up to play for his national association representative matches in accordance with the requirements of FIFA as laid down from time to time,

a Club may register (either before or after the deadlines laid down in Regulations 43.2 and 43.3), a further goalkeeper on a short term basis in accordance with the following provisions.

57.2 The Club must supply to The League written evidence to demonstrate the circumstances set out in Regulation 57.1 apply, together with the appropriate form(s) for his registration and The League having confirmed that the circumstances conform to the provisions of this Regulation:

57.2.1 in respect of any fixture played on a weekday when the Office is normally open, at least three hours before the match; or

57.2.2 in respect of any other fixture:

(a) 12 noon on the day of the match; or

(b) at least three hours before the match,

whichever is the earlier.

Guidance

Medical evidence cannot be accepted from anyone connected to the Club, nor is it acceptable to obtain a report from another Club’s club doctor.

Goalkeepers that have been deemed unavailable cannot be named on a team sheet during the loan period.

Goalkeepers on an Emergency Goalkeeper loan may be recalled by their Parent Club during the period of the loan in exceptional circumstances and subject to the approval of the League (i.e. as per the similar rights in the context of Standard Loans of goalkeepers).

Clubs should be aware that the Premier League does not permit Premier League Clubs to send goalkeepers on seven day emergency loans into the EFL.

57.3 The period of any Emergency Goalkeeper Loan:

57.3.1 shall be for a period of seven days, inclusive of the starting date and finishing date; and

57.3.2 may be renewed for seven days at a time, subject to compliance with Regulation 57.2 in respect of each proposed renewal.

57.4 The provisions of Regulation 54.4.2 shall not apply to an Emergency Goalkeeper Loan.


https://www.efl.com/-more/governance/efl-rules--regulations/section-6---players/
 

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Will do him good this
 
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