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Thoughts paralysed?

By Peter Borrett23/2 23:08Sat Feb 23 23:08:43 2019

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36 hours and don’t know where to start. Its important for supporters to be able to relate to the players and 89 comings and goings in the Dynan reign made that difficult but even in January there was a core that started the season. These were players with good reputations but poorly managed. Sometimes its only one or two additions in the right places that make the difference. Recently Tonbridge made a couple of changes after going through a bad patch and got back to the playoff spots.
I think the loan system should be only used for emergencies and limited to two players per club per season. It can’t do much to team spirit having players coming in for a four weeks constantly throughout the season Today we had four loan players and how many were missing from the Carshalton 16.The movement of players between clubs has got ridiculous and if it continues will have a detrimental effect on attendances.


It maybe a nightmare for the first team secretary figuring out who is eligible for the next Surrey cup game. If more players leave will we be topping up with under 18’s

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