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  • #16
    Originally posted by Stainrod View Post

    I think all out of contract players would have their contacts automatically extended until the season is complete so he would still be drawing a wage .
    You cant force a contract extension on someone in football in the same way you cant in other forms of employment. If he knows he wont get a decent offer from us from July he may already know hes be a free agent when his contract runs out on 30th June.

    He may be using this situation to ensure he runs his contract down for its remaining 6 weeks to ensure he's not injured when he starts to looks for a new club in July?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by SheepRanger View Post

      You cant force a contract extension on someone in football in the same way you cant in other forms of employment. If he knows he wont get a decent offer from us from July he may already know hes be a free agent when his contract runs out on 30th June.

      He may be using this situation to ensure he runs his contract down for its remaining 6 weeks to ensure he's not injured when he starts to looks for a new club in July?
      So do you believe all out of contract players will play no further part in this season for any club or do you think there will be a blanket agreement to allow players to finish the season ?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Stainrod View Post

        So do you believe all out of contract players will play no further part in this season for any club or do you think there will be a blanket agreement to allow players to finish the season ?
        If there wasnt an offer to extend my contract I wouldnt play unless there was insurance cover in place to pay me till the Jan transfer window in the event of injury. If o had to go back I would go into a hotel to keep away from family and pick up a calf strain on training so I csnt play. Personally, players out of contract shouldnt play because their commitment to the game may be questioned.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by SheepRanger View Post

          If there wasnt an offer to extend my contract I wouldnt play unless there was insurance cover in place to pay me till the Jan transfer window in the event of injury.
          I understand that , which is why I think due to these unprecedented circumstances all contracts will be extended with consent to allow the season to finish.

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          • #20
            Same could be said for loan players , do they all return to their clubs ?

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Stainrod View Post
              Same could be said for loan players , do they all return to their clubs ?
              Whether they're extended or not the player will still be a free agent, so the commitment could be questioned. I wouldnt extend them and add to the wage bill and would release them on 30th June. We are 6pts short of the play offs but will not make up the places because there are too many clubs above us that would all need to go on disastrous runs. I would rather play other players or use it as an introduction for younger players for next season. Loan situation depends upon their parent club situation, if they have years left then they play. If we have to pay additional loan fee to extend into July I suspect we wont have that money and they will go back.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Rebel R's View Post
                If he doesnt want to train then he doesnt play ,its up to him in these circumstances.
                I think he would survive without him
                Yeah but what if 2, 3, 6, 15 team mates opt out? It's an effing mess all round and that's even before you factor in contracts and loan players. The whole concept of gearing up to play football whilst country is still under severe lockdown restrictions is fundamentally flawed and doomed to quickly unravel. All the bullshine about maintaining integrity of the game is slowly eroding too - I guarantee you that no team will get relegated from the Prem this year and that will cause a trickle down effect of carnage and disruption that will ruin next season and probably the one after that too.

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                • #23
                  I personally think it is a joke that a number of players in England resist to train/play when other leagues have started or have set concrete dates for restarting. What's so special with English players?
                  Covid-19 is probably less of a risk for healthy players and healthy babies than riding a car or climbing a ladder. If there is any logic in Halls argument of not wanting to face the risk of covid-19 by playing I hope he never gets close to a car, nor a club coach.
                  The fact these overpaid players keep moaning about this insignificant risk while the rest of the country is taking thousand times higher risk by working as health care workers, bus drivers, bin men, shop keepers etc is sickening. Millions are losing their jobs in this time of crisis - it is a small glimmer of light for many of them if they could again follow their favorite football club, if only through streaming. Football players have a responsibility to more people than themselves. Hundreds of thousands of people throughout Europe depend on football for their income.
                  I have always liked Hall, but now I am happy to see the back of him when his contract expires.
                  __________

                  Ferdinand has signed Eze, BOS, Chair, Manning, Masterson and a number of other youngsters
                  Ferdinand has turned QPR into a talent factory
                  Ferdinand has signed a set of excellent managers/coaches including Warburton, Eustace and Ramsey
                  Ferdinand has created a competitive side on half the salary budget of the average Championship club
                  Ferdinand has put together our entire squad on transfer fees of less than 1m

                  IT'S TIME FERDINAND GETS MORE CREDIT FOR HIS BRILLIANT ACHIEVEMENTS

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Stainrod View Post

                    Should he get paid ? He is one of our top earners .
                    No,he has the choice,train and play and be payed or dont train( or play obviously) and dont be paid

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