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Re: Planning for 2021 Thu Oct 15, 2020 7:30 pm  

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Season long loans means they can't be recalled usually.
Re: Planning for 2021 Thu Oct 15, 2020 7:47 pm  
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Thought so.
Re: Planning for 2021 Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:45 am  

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Bull Mania wrote:
Season long loans means they can't be recalled usually.


Pretty certain we had what we were told were season long loans recently where there turned out to be a recall clause after first month.

IIRC they were intended to be season long and were announced as such,but parent club register them as a one month initial loan which then becomes a rolling loan with instant recall after first month. We then dont get the player back after recall as that would trigger another 1 month no recall period. Seem to think it was Leeds that used this method with us last time.
Re: Planning for 2021 Fri Oct 16, 2020 9:47 am  

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mat wrote:
Pretty certain we had what we were told were season long loans recently where there turned out to be a recall clause after first month.

IIRC they were intended to be season long and were announced as such,but parent club register them as a one month initial loan which then becomes a rolling loan with instant recall after first month. We then dont get the player back after recall as that would trigger another 1 month no recall period. Seem to think it was Leeds that used this method with us last time.

I don’t think they can anymore due to bubble restrictions I could be wrong
Re: Planning for 2021 Fri Oct 16, 2020 11:54 am  

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Pyrah123 wrote:
I don’t think they can anymore due to bubble restrictions I could be wrong

I wouldn't be surprised if that were true.

In general loans, after the first month, were as per contract/agreement with the loaning club with regard to recalls but covid definitely puts a different slant on things.
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Re: Planning for 2021 Fri Oct 16, 2020 12:29 pm  

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good point about bubble restrictions. I guess players could still move between bubbles but would need to go through a 10-14 day quarantine period each move, So any loans would be likely to be longer term. Wonder how clubs that were heavily dependent on dual reg are going to cope. Wonder if we're going to see a few leeds youngsters released and joining fev on 1 year deals then re-joining leeds in 2022.
Re: Planning for 2021 Mon Oct 19, 2020 11:57 am  
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mat wrote:
good point about bubble restrictions. I guess players could still move between bubbles but would need to go through a 10-14 day quarantine period each move, So any loans would be likely to be longer term. Wonder how clubs that were heavily dependent on dual reg are going to cope. Wonder if we're going to see a few leeds youngsters released and joining fev on 1 year deals then re-joining leeds in 2022.


Fev already have a 26-man squad with at least one more player set to be announced so I doubt it, there would be nowhere for them to play anyway with no reserves grade any more.
Re: Planning for 2021 Mon Oct 19, 2020 1:35 pm  

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Latest news from the RFL concerning 2021
https://www.bradfordbulls.co.uk/article ... 021-season
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Re: Planning for 2021 Tue Oct 20, 2020 10:26 am  

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Wonder what the contingency plan looks like because without a vaccine or series of lockdowns we're stuck where we are for the foreseeable future.
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Re: Planning for 2021 Tue Oct 20, 2020 4:49 pm  

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Got to agree with that.
Even April looks unlikely, imo and if it's later before we can get fans in (and some money) then it's looking desperate, tbh.
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