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Fylde full-time

Postby Ed » Tue May 24, 2016 4:32 pm

Players with careers moving to part-time clubs. Hannigan to Alti.
Anyone fit in at Chorley???
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Re: Fylde full-time

Postby mike1 » Tue May 24, 2016 6:53 pm

Ed wrote:Players with careers moving to part-time clubs. Hannigan to Alti.
Anyone fit in at Chorley???


Surely one or two would. Hannigan would have been a great signing for us. I really hope our team are keeping a close eye on the Fylde exit door. It won't be easy for Fylde players to cope with full-time - sounds great but will it really work, since Dave Challinor is saying full-time will mean 100 per cent full-time - not three days a week?
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Re: Fylde full-time

Postby Ian Livesey » Tue May 24, 2016 7:21 pm

All full time means in this case is they'll be paying their players for 46 weeks of the year instead of 38.

Nuneaton were full time last season but they didn't go up.

There's also talk about Harrogate going full time too.
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Re: Fylde full-time

Postby mike1 » Tue May 24, 2016 8:31 pm

[quote="Ian Livesey"]All full time means in this case is they'll be paying their players for 46 weeks of the year instead of 38.

That's part of the equation, Ian, but if you read the full Challinor interview you'll see he intends full-time to mean full-time in terms of time actually spent training.
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