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Championship Squad List 20/21

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Goalkeepers

#1: Jack Hamilton (26) - May 2021

#12: Calum Ferrie (21) - May 2021

Defenders

#2: Cammy Kerr (24) - May 2021

#3: Jordan McGhee (23) - May 2021

#5: Jordon Forster (26) - May 2021 (Option of a further year)

#16: Christie Elliott (29) - May 2021

#23: Jordan Marshall (23) - May 2021
 

Midfielders

#4: Jamie Ness (29) - May 2021 (Option of a further year)

#8: Shaun Byrne (26) - May 2022 (Option of further year)

#10: Paul McGowan (32) - May 2021

#11: Declan McDaid (24) - May 2021

#14: Graham Dorrans (33) - May 2021

#19: Finlay Robertson (17) - May 2021

Strikers

#9: Andrew Nelson (22) - May 2021

#28: Kane Hemmings (29) May 2022

 

Manager

James McPake (35) - Rolling Contract.

Departures

#6: Josh Meekings (27)

#17: Tom Field (23)

 

Ages as at 1/6/20.

State of play with our squad. Not included youth that aren't playing regularly such as Callum Moore, Max Anderson or Lyall Cameron all of whom have another year on their deal.

There's not really been an ideal time to post this but with only Tom Field likely to leave us, we're pretty much set for next season and just need to bring in a few additions. Feel free to add then edit since your team's squad might not be as set.

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Raith Rovers 2020/2021

Goalkeepers: David McGurn, 40 (2021) Kyle Bow, 16 (2022) Robbie Thomson, 27 (2021) Jamie MacDonald, 34 (2022)

Defenders: Kieran MacDonald, 26 (2022) Fernandy Mendy, 26 (2021) Kyle Benedictus, 28 (2022) Iain Davidson, 36 (2021) Dave McKay, 22 (2021)

Midfielders: Quinn Coulson, 16 (2022) Regan Hendry, 22 (2021) Brad Spencer, 24 (2021) Dylan Tait, 18 (2022) Ross Matthews, 24 (2021) Daniel Armstrong, 22 (2021) Grant Anderson, 33 (2021)

Forwards: Jack Smith, 19 (2021) Lewis Vaughan, 24 (2021)

Manager: John McGlynn, 58 (2022)

Ages correct as of 1.8.20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Looking forward to Mendy playing in the Championship.

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Looking forward to Mendy playing in the Championship.

He was concussed whilst playing against your lot in the cup. I hope

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Morton.

Goalkeepers

 

Defenders

Lewis Strapp. (20 )  2022
 

Midfielders

Kyle Jacobs (28)  2021

Reece Lyon (20)  2022

Craig McGuffie (22)  2021

Cameron Salkeld  (21)  2021

Luca Colville (20)  2021

Cameron Blues (22)  2021


Strikers

Kalvin Orsi (23)  2021

 

Manager

David Hopkin- ( 49)  2022

 

Edited by madton

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We have retained for next season

Neil Parry

Andy wilson

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Scott Taggart

liam Dick

Andy graham

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jon robertson

Kevin Cawley

Steven hetherington 

Blair Malcolm

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Adam Brown

Alan trouten

Liam buchanan

robert thomson

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Cameron O'donnel And  Nathan gilhooly  .

 

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4 hours ago, johnnydun said:

Does anyone know what squad Hearts currently have?

A fucking useless one apparently.

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Well this won't take long!

(Ages at 1st August 2020)

Queen of the South

Goalkeepers
Jack Leighfield (22)

Defenders
Kevin Holt (27)

Midfielders
 

Forwards
Stephen Dobbie (37)

 

Reserve Squad
 

Departures
Everyone else!

Edited by Skyline Drifter

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Ayr United 2020-2021

Goalkeepers

#26: Daniel Graham (20) - July 2020

Defenders

#2: Aaron Muirhead (29) - July 2020

#3: Daniel Harvie (21) - July 2020

#5: Sam Roscoe (22) - May 2021

#6: Andy Geggan (33) - July 2020

#14: Jordan Houston (20) - May 2022

#15: Steven Bell (35) - July 2020

#20: Michael Hewitt (19) - May 2021

#21: Finn Ecrepont (17) - May 2021

Midfielders

#4: Mark Kerr (38) - May 2021

#18: Andy Murdoch (25) - July 2020

#24: Leon Murphy (21) - July 2020

#27: Paul Smith (19) - July 2020

#28: Grant Gillespie (28) - July 2020

Forwards

#7: Michael Moffat (35) - July 2020

#9: Craig Moore (25) - May 2021

#11: Luke McCowan (20) - May 2021

#22: Mark McKenzie (19) - May 2021

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On 09/06/2020 at 21:00, michaeljohnstone said:

Raith Rovers 2020/2021

Goalkeepers: Kyle Bow, 16 (2022)

Defenders: Kieran MacDonald, 26 (2021) Fernandy Mendy, 26 (2021)

Midfielders: Quinn Coulson, 16 (2022) Regan Hendry, 22 (2021) Brad Spencer, 24 (2021) Dylan Tait, 18 (2022)

Forwards: Jack Smith, 19 (2021) Lewis Vaughan, 24 (2021)

Manager: John McGlynn, 58 

Ages correct as of 1.6.20.

This is the list of players that are 100% contracted for next season. All players contracts that were due to expire were extended a month to the end of June.

End of July 👍

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Raith Rovers 2020/2021

Goalkeepers: Kyle Bow, 16 (2022)

Defenders: Kieran MacDonald, 26 (2021) Fernandy Mendy, 26 (2021)

Midfielders: Quinn Coulson, 16 (2022) Regan Hendry, 22 (2021) Brad Spencer, 24 (2021) Dylan Tait, 18 (2022)

Forwards: Jack Smith, 19 (2021) Lewis Vaughan, 24 (2021)

Manager: John McGlynn, 58 

Ages correct as of 1.6.20.

This is the list of players that are 100% contracted for next season. All players contracts that were due to expire were extended a month to the end of July.

 

The really annoying part of this legal action is the we will be waiting and waiting to find out which league we are in. It's a, massive difference between bringing in players to play in the seaside league as opposed to the championship. That and the massive difference in prize money that can be budgeted upon. This I fear will put us in a massive disadvantage to other clubs secure in the championship in building a squad early to allow them to settle. How many players that we could potentially pick up will just sign elsewhere to get an early wage.

 

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9 minutes ago, foreverarover said:

How many players that we could potentially pick up will just sign elsewhere to get an early wage.

Nobody will be signing anybody to an early wage! You cant furlough them, you may as well take a match to £20 notes. 

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On 22/06/2020 at 14:30, Skyline Drifter said:

Nobody will be signing anybody to an early wage! You cant furlough them, you may as well take a match to £20 notes. 

Perhaps...although there is the idea that a team willing to exit the furlough scheme a couple of weeks to a month early might be at an advantage to signing players versus the teams remaining to the last minute. Yes, it would cost sorely needed funds, but it might be the way to grab some of the top talent that is available...and that might include players on furlough? If a team “extends” a players contract under the furlough scheme, is the player bound to the team? Would the player be bound if their contract wage would be more than the furlough scheme pays?

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On 16/06/2020 at 09:51, Skyline Drifter said:

Well this won't take long!

(Ages at 1st August 2020)

Queen of the South

Goalkeepers
Jack Leighfield (22)

Defenders
Kevin Holt (27)

Midfielders
 

Forwards
Stephen Dobbie (37)

 

Reserve Squad
 

Departures
Everyone else!

Hope AJ is starting to talk to the players he would like to sign soon before it's too late... 

Edited by SUPERSOUTH

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5 hours ago, TxRover said:

Perhaps...although there is the idea that a team willing to exit the furlough scheme a couple of weeks to a month early might be at an advantage to signing players versus the teams remaining to the last minute. Yes, it would cost sorely needed funds, but it might be the way to grab some of the top talent that is available...and that might include players on furlough? If a team “extends” a players contract under the furlough scheme, is the player bound to the team? Would the player be bound if their contract wage would be more than the furlough scheme pays?

"A couple of weeks to a month" isn't what we're talking about right now though, we're fully 3 months before competitive games and at least 6 weeks before training resumes.

That said, we saw Dunfermline yesterday announce two signings which was a surprise. It's possible they are pre-contracts to begin at a later date or that they are structured in some way to be very low in value right now when not "working" and pick up to a bigger wage once we return, but either way, anything they are paying Watson and Whittaker right now is money straight up in smoke.

EDITED to add - A furlough extension is still a contract and works as any other contract. The player can't simply walk away from it to sign elsewhere, he's under contract until it reaches its end date (though there's no real reason the club would hold him to it if he asked to be released, it would achieve nothing). Players under furlough could obviously sign a pre-contract as with any normal contract.

Edited by Skyline Drifter

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4 hours ago, TxRover said:

Perhaps...although there is the idea that a team willing to exit the furlough scheme a couple of weeks to a month early might be at an advantage to signing players versus the teams remaining to the last minute. Yes, it would cost sorely needed funds, but it might be the way to grab some of the top talent that is available...and that might include players on furlough? If a team “extends” a players contract under the furlough scheme, is the player bound to the team? Would the player be bound if their contract wage would be more than the furlough scheme pays?

A number of players will sign with clubs with the understanding that their salary will commence when pre season training gets underway, some will remain under furlough with current club ( if their club is using furlough ) players will want to secure their future so going a couple of months with no salary will be the best scenario for them  

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6 hours ago, Skyline Drifter said:

"A couple of weeks to a month" isn't what we're talking about right now though, we're fully 3 months before competitive games and at least 6 weeks before training resumes.

That said, we saw Dunfermline yesterday announce two signings...

Which was what got me wondering if there is a tactical game to be applied in when you elect to start paying players versus using the furlough scheme. We’ve already seen clubs deciding between releasing players, extending furloughs and extending furloughs plus topping up the players pay. It is yet to be seen if the teams that elected to “waste” the funds to top up the players pay will gain from that with loyalty from those players/being seen as a more attractive club to sign with or not.

The inherent nature of football, with the promotions and relegations, makes loyalty a little less relevant, but I would certainly expect any player looking to sign between a couple of comparable teams would be interested in how things were handled during this unprecedented time. In much the same way that some players are hesitant to sign for lower level teams splashing out money, the finances of a team that simply cut all their players loose would probably be a concern for any player looking at multiple offers.

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Updated with the announcement of Josh Meekings leaving the club and Paul McGowan extending his contract. I've left Tom Field untouched as no announcement has been made although I'd expect him to be added to the departures list.

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