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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by originallambrettaman, Jan 3, 2022.
Gosh, he reminds me of Hernandez!
I might be wrong, looking at this https://worldfootballindex.com/2020...e-post-brexit-english-clubs-efl-libertadores/ they have simplified it and I guess if as @Howdentiger2 has alluded to these were set up a while ago, perhaps the process was already underway?
i havent a clue how long these things take. whats the quickest/longest?
We also have to be mindful of keeping hold of some of our key assets.
George Honeyman in particular I believe would be more likely to sign a new contract not only on improved terms but also by sticking with McCann (at least until the end of season) and bringing in players like Slater.
Big changes are needed but we also need to keep hold of the positive stuff - the dressing room looks like a positive place to be right now.
So from https://www.thefa.com/news/2020/dec/01/gbe-points-based-system-launched-011220 it says
Now Turkey's Super Lig is indeed Band 2 and Fenerbache finished 3rd last season, which meant they ended up in the qualifiers for Europa League (Band 2 competition). If I'm reading the original link correctly that means he has 11 points right off the bat out of the 15 required.
I'm assuming as well he is a full Iranian national and in their first team so that gives him a load of points too, as they're FIFA ranked 21.
That just cannot be true.
It's way beyond coincidence that so many of our signings have previously been with McCann.
Hull City head coach Grant McCann says he’s yet to speak with the club’s new owner, Acun Ilicali.
He’s spoken with Tan Kesler and is due to chat to Acun next week.
McCann says he hopes to remain at the club.
Do we reckon there's a chance Slater is announced today?
The medical is hopefully being done this afternoon
but the guy has never played in an offical league game for Fenerbahce. He has been on loan for an ukranian club. Does it matter for calc?
an update: the first rumour: Şota Arvaladze
I reckon Darnborough will have been more like a typical purchasing department than what most people think of for a director of football. Does all the legwork finding out who maybe available at what sort of price and sorting out contracts and all that ****e rather than absolute authority on who comes in and out of the club. McCann will decide who he does and doesn’t want. The Ehab would have stepped in at the final stage and offered 20% less or no deal.
Good question, I've no idea actually.
I'm told by an immigration paralegal that subject to all criteria being met an application can go through in a couple of weeks, as long as the lawyers are on the ball and the Home Office isn't too overwhelmed. But realistically it might be a month or so.
Would anyone have Max Meyer? Currently at Fener, still only 26 and would only cost £1 million
Apparently he did play but in 19/20 season https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/allahyar-sayyadmanesh/leistungsdatendetails/spieler/480975/verein/36 no idea how that goes for calculations. If they base it on the Ukrainian club, they are band 4, finished 3rd but reached the final of their Cup, if that counts for anything, who knows?
Few crossed wires.
Baz in the HDM Q&A seems to think that we won't spend money this window and that the embargo is still in place.
He also thinks the Hugill one is a goer.
What I can't understand is how we can sign Regan permanently as Sheffield United always wanted a nominal fee for him.