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Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Thu Feb 04, 2021 7:44 pm  

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I'd say it goes to at least 28, but whether some of the "high numbers" are really part of the squad, or just academy lads on their first "promotion" is another matter.

Certainly we can see injury lists that lead to these youngsters getting games, albeit some clubs may prefer a loanee with more experience. If there are no injuries sometimes the SL youngsters get sent out to Championship clubs.

Toronto ran on a small squad without any back up as above and I feel suffered somewhat as a result, and I wonder if they could have actually finished the season. had the owner not pulled the plug...


Any number after 25 doesn’t count on the cap.One would presume the youth are in that bracket.
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Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Thu Feb 04, 2021 8:53 pm  

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This is what lower clubs in SL do who have no decent academy players. They promote a random amateur player to shirt 29 and then crow about their youth teams
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Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Thu Feb 04, 2021 8:58 pm  

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This is what lower clubs in SL do who have no decent academy players. They promote a random amateur player to shirt 29 and then crow about their youth teams



That's actually pretty funny.
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Thu Feb 04, 2021 10:25 pm  

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Wow just looking at stats on Mitch Clarke. He has had 10 clubs already
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Feb 05, 2021 10:17 am  

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Steph Curry wrote:
This is what lower clubs in SL do who have no decent academy players. They promote a random amateur player to shirt 29 and then crow about their youth teams


Which imaginary TEAMS are these Steff. Some of the 'lower clubs' as you so pompously put it have very good Academy teams. I know Trinity do.
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Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Feb 05, 2021 11:18 am  

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Which imaginary TEAMS are these Steff. Some of the 'lower clubs' as you so pompously put it have very good Academy teams. I know Trinity do.

I wish steff was on TV then I could turn him of
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Feb 05, 2021 11:32 am  

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I wish steff was on TV then I could turn him of


He's like that Charlotte Moffet, he'd just keep reappearing where you least expected him. Though to be fair Charlotte is a lot better informed about RL.
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Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Feb 05, 2021 12:50 pm  

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I wish steff was on TV then I could turn him of



You can .

See the IGNORE button under his name

Press that and you will never see his posts again.

If some posters used this the site would be much better in terms of arguing pointlessly with people.
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Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Feb 05, 2021 2:53 pm  

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atomic wrote:
Any number after 25 doesn’t count on the cap.One would presume the youth are in that bracket.

Jackson Hastings wears shirt number 31
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Adam Blair flew over yesterday and has been training the deal is going to be signed this week

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Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Feb 05, 2021 4:19 pm  

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Jackson Hastings wears shirt number 31


That’s a shirt number. Not a wage number.
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