Summer 2020 Transfer Window (EFL Window: 27th July to 16th October)

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The rest of europe would not fail in line with the EPL . So they have little choice but to move it back to the 01 sept . The EFl have just gone in line with them . They had no choice really .
 

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its sh*t ,if bigger boy clubs in our league get off to a bad start of have injuries they'll nick our best players .Its true
 

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The Prem couldn't hold their nerve in keeping out, it was better the new way... But Poch had a tantrum when Eriksen was distracted and called for a return, now that has happened all the previous problems will come back. Could they not have added a clause that meant outgoings to Europe had to be sorted by our deadline as well? It would have solved everything.

It will be a case of Maupay missing 5 games of the league season and not knowing what to do, rather than it being sorted a few days before the start.
 

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its sh*t ,if bigger boy clubs in our league get off to a bad start of have injuries they'll nick our best players .Its true
I don't think any Champ team can afford our best players any more.
 

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It’s only really Said and Watkins, maybe Mbuemo, who’d be out of relegated clubs’ price ranges (thinking up to £15m)
 

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It will be a case of Maupay missing 5 games of the league season and not knowing what to do, rather than it being sorted a few days before the start.
Though it will also mean much less difficulty in getting a proper price for the likes of Maupay. The Prem clubs who make a bad start/ fail to score goals in their first 3/4 games will panic and splash the cash in late August.
 

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Don't see why more work wouldn't go into the latter, MB is a stats man and I am pretty sure we are more likely to be in the Championship
next year than the Premier League, statistically. I am sure he is planning for both eventualities but probabilities suggest the latter is more
likely.
 

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20 posts and nothing from magic about needing a striker?!?

Games gone.
 

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I think we’ll buy some players and sell some players and some will be sh*tE until they’re not...
 

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Under the circumstances I wonder if we could keep the squad together for another season if this one ends up being null and voided, well I don't really wonder I guess. If the big money comes in from EPL teams or abroad we know what happens. Would just be a massive disappointment if the chance to see how far this squad can take us is denied us and we have to start a new squad build.
 

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Under the circumstances I wonder if we could keep the squad together for another season if this one ends up being null and voided, well I don't really wonder I guess. If the big money comes in from EPL teams or abroad we know what happens. Would just be a massive disappointment if the chance to see how far this squad can take us is denied us and we have to start a new squad build.
Who funds the losses if we don't sell players?
 

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Who funds the losses if we don't sell players?
No idea hence why I said I don't really wonder - I know the score on that front and have no issues with it whatsoever but the point was about it being a massive shame not get the chance to see this very talented squad see out the season before the inevitable sales in the summer.
 

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Will FIFA move transfer window or not to allow teams to continue competing with the same players or will they finish the season with different players.
 

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Will FIFA move transfer window or not to allow teams to continue competing with the same players or will they finish the season with different players.
I think they will move the transfer window until the season is finished (even if that's July/August), but allow out of contract players to be signed.

That way, players who's contracts are up (using a Brentford example, Mokotjo) at the end of June, but still be able to find a club and play..

This is just a guess.
 

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All this situation leaves the devise between the haves and the have nots getting bigger.

I would assume the clubs who will pay us will become a smaller pond but the clubs that need to sell will become a much larger pond, so we could end up with players that a few months ago would have been beyond our reach.

Who knows ? Well a small circle do and as always it will stay that way
 

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I think they will move the transfer window until the season is finished (even if that's July/August), but allow out of contract players to be signed.
The transfer window will almost certainly be moved, re-opening only after the 2019-20 season has been completed.

I imagine that players' contracts that expire on June 30 will be artificially extended in one way or another. I can't believe that players who are suddenly "out of contract" as of July 1 would be allowed to walk away and sign up with another club. That would fatally compromise the integrity of the season, something that everyone (except Karren Brady) is determined to preserve.
 

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The transfer window will almost certainly be moved, re-opening only after the 2019-20 season has been completed.

I imagine that players' contracts that expire on June 30 will be artificially extended in one way or another. I can't believe that players who are suddenly "out of contract" as of July 1 would be allowed to walk away and sign up with another club. That would fatally compromise the integrity of the season, something that everyone (except Karren Brady) is determined to preserve.
The players contract is going to be determined by employment law, so unless there is some contingency already built into the contract or all footballers agree unilaterally to some emergency change, then it's quite possible that the integrity of the season will be fatally compromised
 

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The players contract is going to be determined by employment law, so unless there is some contingency already built into the contract or all footballers agree unilaterally to some emergency change, then it's quite possible that the integrity of the season will be fatally compromised
Surely, though, if there isn't an agreement, or legislation, then it would be the players whose clubs were already prepared to lose them, at the end of the season so, by and large, no tremendous loss?
 

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The players contract is going to be determined by employment law, so unless there is some contingency already built into the contract or all footballers agree unilaterally to some emergency change, then it's quite possible that the integrity of the season will be fatally compromised
As things stand, clubs are allowed to sign out of contract players even though the transfer window is closed. I imagine that if and when the 2019-20 season is resumed, this particular ruling will be amended to exclude players who were playing under valid contacts up till June 30.
 

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I read somewhere that all players who are out of cotract after June will be asked to sign a week by week contract until the season finally comes to an end. Of course if they don't agree then that's another matter.
 

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As things stand, clubs are allowed to sign out of contract players even though the transfer window is closed. I imagine that if and when the 2019-20 season is resumed, this particular ruling will be amended to exclude players who were playing under valid contacts up till June 30.
Maybe. This could be the case.

However if players are prevented from signing or finding another club there could be ethical issues with that. I know they get paid a lot, but still, it's their profession and there shouldn't be a deliberately manufactured situation that keeps them out of work for a couple of months in my opinion.
 

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I read somewhere that all players who are out of cotract after June will be asked to sign a week by week contract until the season finally comes to an end. Of course if they don't agree then that's another matter.
I haven't seen that. Who did the article say will be asking them to sign week-by-week? If the clubs don't want a player on their books beyond agreed contract, they can't be forced to keep them on.

It's a sensible option for clubs to be allowed to offer though definitely.
 

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I haven't seen that. Who did the article say will be asking them to sign week-by-week? If the clubs don't want a player on their books beyond agreed contract, they can't be forced to keep them on.

It's a sensible option for clubs to be allowed to offer though definitely.
Players would be entitled to walk away but not, I'm pretty certain, sign for another club until the 2019-20 season was completed. Clubs would not be obliged by law to offer an extended contract beyond June 30 but there'd probably be a sense of moral obligation and in any event, given the physical intensity involved in playing nine games in little more than a month, it would surely be in their interests to retain all players who stand even a remote chance of figuring in the run-in.
 

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Unlike many other clubs the only player we.have out of contract this June is kamo ?
 

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Barry Bannan of Sheffield Wednesday said in the local Sheffield paper he would like to play for us.It has not gone down to well the the Sheffield Wednesday supporters.
 

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Barry Bannan of Sheffield Wednesday said in the local Sheffield paper he would like to play for us.It has not gone down to well the the Sheffield Wednesday supporters.
He'd need to lose 5 years.
 

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Thomas Frank said before we played them that Bannan was the best midfielder in the division.
 

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From Owlstalk website:

"Who’s place would he take in Brentford’s team? I wonder if we can arrange a swap as I’d take any of their midfield for Bannan. "


Lot of respect for our football philosophy there - probable influenced by the last game we played - which seems an age ago.
 
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Jensen or Bannon? Bannon has a lovely football brain but isn’t very mobile any more. Jensen will do far more over the next three years.
 
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