Ashley Nadesan returns on Loan

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04 Dec 2018 16:08 #51 by CCU
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When you look at Salford’s squad, they’ve only got Rooney and Gaffney who are scoring goals. Redmond comes off the bench regularly but doesn’t notch many, so they need another body in the Squad.

Nadesan will match up with their wish list. Cheap enough to buy, wages won’t be a problem and currently scoring goals in L2 (12 in 36 appearances over his Loans here). He’s an ideal fit for them, hence their interest...

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04 Dec 2018 16:36 #52 by triskelionblue
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Shame Barton wouldn't let him play in the Cup for us... he could have added to his 2 against Lincoln in the League in the Cup tie and then we could have the football fortune from Goodison to buy him and keep Nixon in his FA role for the next ten years...

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04 Dec 2018 18:32 #53 by Flatcap
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Salford are second in the National league and are the top scorers. They've only lost two league games.
One point behind Orient at the top and six clear of Harrogate in third.
No brainer for him with a higher wage and joining a successful club with a good chance of promotion.

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05 Dec 2018 08:25 #54 by Markovitch
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Regular first-team football and a guaranteed wage for a couple of years, grab it. He won't progress as a player sitting in the reserves in league 1
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05 Dec 2018 10:14 - 05 Dec 2018 10:20 #55 by lummy8
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Definitely not the case Heikmoon, I knew I could easily play higher, which was proved in the next couple years, but Carlisle seemed more ambitious at that time then Bradford (L1) and Motherwell (S.Prem), which was proved. I had the offer to leave Carlisle a few times to go higher also, but stayed as we were progressing every year. So it isn't always down to the money or the highest level, there are many factors involved.I was happy to be at a club that was at the time ambitious, paid well enough at the time, won matches, had fantastic support in numbers and were attracting good players.

I was far less wages at Carlisle intially when I joined also, I just wanted to play. Decison was the best I made:

Year 1 - Promotion
Year 2 - Title Winners - Crowds of 7000 plus regular (a few 8s,9s,10,000)
Year 3 - Meant to consolidate but nearly got to play offs - Crowds of 7000 plus regular
Year 4 - Play offs - Should have been promoted - Crowds of 8000 plus regular (a few 10s,11s,12s and a 16,000)
Year 5 - Career finished effectively pre seson at Partick
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05 Dec 2018 12:09 #56 by heilkmoon
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lummy8 wrote: Definitely not the case Heikmoon, I knew I could easily play higher, which was proved in the next couple years, but Carlisle seemed more ambitious at that time then Bradford (L1) and Motherwell (S.Prem), which was proved. I had the offer to leave Carlisle a few times to go higher also, but stayed as we were progressing every year. So it isn't always down to the money or the highest level, there are many factors involved.I was happy to be at a club that was at the time ambitious, paid well enough at the time, won matches, had fantastic support in numbers and were attracting good players.

I was far less wages at Carlisle intially when I joined also, I just wanted to play. Decison was the best I made:

Year 1 - Promotion
Year 2 - Title Winners - Crowds of 7000 plus regular (a few 8s,9s,10,000)
Year 3 - Meant to consolidate but nearly got to play offs - Crowds of 7000 plus regular
Year 4 - Play offs - Should have been promoted - Crowds of 8000 plus regular (a few 10s,11s,12s and a 16,000)
Year 5 - Career finished effectively pre seson at Partick


I remember when you signed Lummy and it was definitely a sign that the club was on the up because you were choosing to drop down from a higher level to join us.

I still say though there is a significant difference between your career trajectory and position at the time compared to where Nadesan is now and where he's come from.

He's battled to work his way up from non-league football to get a shot in the league and now it is finally working out for him at this level, the brains trust on here feels he should immediately bin it off to go back to the conference.

I disagree.

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05 Dec 2018 13:00 #57 by lummy8
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Yeah it is a big decision for him, as you say he has worked his way up to League 2 from non league. We don't know what motivates him personally, is it all about playing higher? Is it all about money? Usually it is a bit of both. I think the perfect scenario for him would be that Carlisle came up with the money on a 18 month deal, maybe do a Charlie Wyke and back himself to get goals and move up again. Its a very short career and perhaps being 24 and knowing this is a chance to get some money behind him may prove tempting. I know Salford is a conference club, but it does seem to have big plans and from experience, joining a club like that is sometimes better then being at a club say in League 1 who will settle for just staying in the league each year. personally I wanted to always play for something. If Carlisle for example had stood still in our second season in League 1 I would have looked to move on, but we spent again and looked to better the previous year.

I see the argument on both sides on this one.
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05 Dec 2018 13:10 #58 by seesaw50
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How long have Salford been trying to get into the league...so how long they been backed by the Mancs, are they all still involved?

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05 Dec 2018 13:18 #59 by Dancingbear
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Sadly all things considered Salford are probably a better proposition than we are and if they get promoted this season then im sure if a player chose them over us hed definitely feel vindicated in the decision. As said elsewhere would we be able to compete wages wise anyway?.

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05 Dec 2018 13:25 - 05 Dec 2018 13:25 #60 by CCU
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seesaw50 wrote: How long have Salford been trying to get into the league...so how long they been backed by the Mancs, are they all still involved?


It’s Salford’s first Season in the National League after 3 promotions in 4 Seasons. They were in the Northern Premier League Division 1 North when the ‘Class of 92’ became involved in the Summer of 2014...

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06 Dec 2018 14:54 #61 by jakeyblain
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Surely this is a perfect chance for EWM to show some firm commitment to backing the club by subsidising the cost to bring Nadesan in permanently in January.
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07 Dec 2018 07:50 #62 by CCU
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Maybe not!


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07 Dec 2018 09:54 #63 by CCU
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Bit more here:


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