Should we loan out Bayliss?

Durutti

Manager
We now have a lot of midfielders and a lot of quality. He is still treated like an 18 year old at PNE and he just isn't, he needs games. I'd loan him to a good league 1 club. Would shudder to look at a pecking order now but he isn't getting a game any time soon. This is a waste.
 

Pumba

Advisor to the Owner
Agreed. Don’t need the rotation options quite as much now the schedule is more or less back to normal.
 

HeyshamWhite

Forum Patron
Patron
No. Look at what Ledson has become when everyone had written him off. Saturday aside when he was out of position his performances have been steady the last few games. Think he will come good given time
Unless DJ and Pearson leave this window the oppotunity to "come good" will be even more restricted that it was before January. The best way to develop is to play (Harrop being a prime example of how a player can be half way through their career and still be a kid in develoment terms due to lack of minutes on the pitch); bung him off on loan and get him experience
 

paddysr

Bearded Beauty
Staff member
Patron
Unless DJ and Pearson leave this window the oppotunity to "come good" will be even more restricted that it was before January. The best way to develop is to play (Harrop being a prime example of how a player can be half way through their career and still be a kid in develoment terms due to lack of minutes on the pitch); bung him off on loan and get him experience
I doubt Pearo and DJ will still be here at the end of the window.

If they are then a half season loan would be practical
 

HeyshamWhite

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Patron
I doubt Pearo and DJ will still be here at the end of the window.

If they are then a half season loan would be practical
Depends if any interested clubs have on-field urgency to do a deal now rather than in the summer, and if it makes financial sense for the additional outlay given all that's going on in teh world and the knock on effect on teh business of football. I'm personnaly of the view I expect them more likely to move in the summer than now (based purely on my own presumtive reading of things rather than any inside info, admittedly), henc emy differing view on Bayliss, but the fact the manager is still bring in seemingly quality midfielders suggests he isn't looking/expecting Bayliss to break through at this stage
 
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Durutti

Durutti

Manager
No. Look at what Ledson has become when everyone had written him off. Saturday aside when he was out of position his performances have been steady the last few games. Think he will come good given time
I don't know if Ledson is the success story that proves the point. I think he has been quite bad for a while and wouldn't shed a tear if he left in some capacity either.
 

lesfry

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Patron
Still presents as rather tentative and struggling with physicality of the Championship. If the Manager thinks Bayliss is good enough, he stays at Deepdale, picking up first team minutes as Sub until we are safe from relegation when he gets some 90 minute gigs. If he still fails to impose himself then, presumably a long term loan elsewhere will be necessary.
 

nobber0

Reserve
We now have a lot of midfielders and a lot of quality. He is still treated like an 18 year old at PNE and he just isn't, he needs games. I'd loan him to a good league 1 club. Would shudder to look at a pecking order now but he isn't getting a game any time s
 

Pumba

Advisor to the Owner
I think the lad struggles in terms of not having a clearly defined role in the team in the way a lot of our other midfielders do. I think he’d benefit from identifying his key strengths as a player and demonstrating how they can be useful for the side and that he can offer something others don’t.

I think the same applies to Harrop but he’s a slightly different case. His good qualities doesn’t really seem to be geared towards anything.
 
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