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FA Cup Dilemma

PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:35 pm
by Ed
Will Fleetwood allow two ofor our most effective players to take part?
And if they do and Haughton scores another wonder goil, will they take him back?

Re: FA Cup

PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:46 pm
by andrewa
If we won the tie we could buy him! :D

Re: FA Cup

PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:48 pm
by Tempie
No they won't play but we've got to beat Boston yet. Let's worry about who'll goal keep against fleetwood later

Re: FA Cup

PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 8:52 pm
by mark
I would not think so, which would weaken us considerably. However as Tempie says we have the major obstacle of winning tomorrow night first.

Still an attractive home draw that should pull a large, perhaps even sell-out crowd and may well interest television as it's one of the few local derbies.

Re: FA Cup

PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:15 pm
by chewy380
Both can play. Season long loaned not classed as loan players & can play against their parent clubs.

Re: FA Cup

PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:31 pm
by magpie1875
chewy380 wrote:Both can play. Season long loaned not classed as loan players & can play against their parent clubs.


From this seasons rules...

(j) Temporary (loan) Transfers

(i) A player on a domestic temporary (loan) transfer (including a player on loan either
to or from a Welsh Club that competes in the Competition in the current season)
is ineligible to compete in the Challenge Cup Competition unless permission to do so
is given by the lending Club in writing and a copy is received by The Association by
the Registration Deadline for that round. Any permissions must clearly state that
the player has approval to play in The FA Challenge Cup Competition. A player who
is registered on a Scholarship for work experience may play for another Club, subject
to written permission being given by the Club that he is registered to and provided
that such permission is received by The Association by the Registration Deadline
for that round.

(ii) For all rounds other than the Final, a player recalled to his original Club from
temporary (loan) transfer, in accordance with the terms of the loan agreement, may
only represent his original Club if any such recall has been received and accepted by
The Association by the Registration Deadline for that round.

(iii) A player on temporary (loan) transfer is eligible to play in a replay, or a match
rescheduled as a result of a postponement or abandonment, if transferred
permanently by the lending Club to the loaning Club after the Registration Deadline
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for that round, provided that the player was eligible to play for the loaning Club
in the original match and the players registration with the loaning Club is
continuous from the Registration Deadline for that round through to the date of
the replay or rescheduled match.

(iv) The Association will not give permission for players on loan or work experience to
play against the lending Club.

Re: FA Cup

PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 11:07 pm
by Ed
Neither could play FOR parent team this season as both cup-tied. It's Chorley or no-one.
There must be some EU human employment rights clause that puts fa ruling in doubt.
Just clutching at straws.

Re: FA Cup Dilemma

PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 8:15 am
by Tempie
From the Facebook site- graham watkinson text back to confirm that neither can play.

Re: FA Cup Dilemma

PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:19 am
by andrewa
With the enforced absences of Urwin and Haughton it's a great opportunity for someone to make a name for themselves.
It's great the club are making serious money from the cup run, what are the chances of a televised game? It's a Lancashire derby, there's the loan players story and them not being able to play, plus the rise of Fleetwood Town to league 1, are there any other news "hooks" for the BBC to latch on to? TV money is massive so fingers crossed !