When a player is badly injured on loan he must go back, surely?

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  1. Prince of Risborough

    Prince of Risborough Well-Known Member

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    Sam Winnall is talking as if he is a Derby player, but he isn't is he? I would have thought the Sheffield Wednesday medical team would have the responsibility for nursing him through his recovery, not Derby.

    Odd one, with a season long loan I suppose. If it happened to, say, Joe Williams then surely he would be back at Everton?
     
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    i think the way hes lording up the Derby owners etc suggests SWFC have washed their hands of him and he angling to ensure they still sign him up at teh end of the season. #snake
     
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    Or he is genuinely greatful of the way Derby have delt with his injury seen as he is only on loan and his long term health is of no actual concern to Derby.
    Maybe he is angling for a move again you can hardly blame him never got a chance at Hillsborough and was shipped out on loan.
     
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    He’s a Derby player until either the end of May or end of June, I can’t remember how the deals work & then him & Butterfield will go back to their parent clubs.

    If Derby go up which I’d says a 50-50 short, it’s them or Villa then they aren’t signing him up permanently as he’s not good enough for the prem & he’s injured.

    The other possibility is they’ve already agreed to buy him
     

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