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looks like a poor decision to me

 

I’m not sure putting him in a team who are struggling at the bottom will do much for his progression or build confidence 
 

May as well left him playing in the league below 

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29 minutes ago, Noleafclover said:

Good move for his progression. 

Not sure sending him to the bottom Club in the football league is good for his progression - you would have hoped we could have placed him somewhere to build his confidence.

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Another poor move by Moore. Give the lad a chance!  
 

As others have said playing him in a side that are losing most week’s and potentially face being relegated from the EFL will not help his confidence one bit.

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42 minutes ago, Miffed said:

although I’ve just checked Grimsbys form and it doesn’t look up to much either 

grimsby were top now mid table so in the last 3 months im guessing there form would be bottom 4 in that league since then and alex hunt is in centre mid . the lad will probably get a career in football and going to oldham for the season will be good for him. i just dont think he is big enough but he is a tidy player with good passing 

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46 minutes ago, Spookone said:

Not sure sending him to the bottom Club in the football league is good for his progression - you would have hoped we could have placed him somewhere to build his confidence.

I get what you're saying, but all the winning sides where he could gain confidence would probably put him on the bench surely?

 

They wouldn't upset a decent team and put an unproven youngster in just cos he's from Sheffield Wednesday would they? 

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