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Sam Moustrides - St Blazey to Goonhavern

Michael Brewer - Porthleven to Penryn Athletic

Mark Sotheran - Torpoint Athletic to Liskeard Athletic

Michael Southgate - Plymstock United to St Blazey

Richard Young - St Blazey to Penryn Athletic

Craig Roberts - Tavistock to Liskeard Athletic

Gyles Reynolds - Wadebridge Town to Camelford

Austen Beeney - Elburton Villa to Saltash United

Carlton Farnham - Ivybridge Town to Saltash United

Adam Carter - Torpoint Athletic to Saltash United

Aaron Harper-Penman - Falmouth Town to Witheridge

Jake Benney - Holsworthy to Callington Town

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No it's still more than possible.

I think you'll find that he had already committed himself to Saltash before Falmouth put in an approach. Town still have to speak to him yet. So therefore just to put the record straight, they haven't been turned down.

He can't go anywhere for two weeks as that is a league rule, but don't be surprised if he ends up at Bickland Park due the persuasive powers of Steve; the helpful incentive of an "offer he can't refuse", and that Falmouth are now a very good bet for the title.

Mind you, who knows ..... after speaking to him, they might decide they don't want him! I think the feeling from the club is that already they have a squad big enough and good enough to win the league.

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I don't know exactly who Falmouth approached : Torpoint or Saltash. But it seems Falmouth's interest might have been scuppered anyway!

Little bit unfair on a club in this situation though if timing wasn't quite right. Say for example if they weren't to know that Carter was to move before the seven days were up for them to talk to him.

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Guest ggr_garth

From? Camelford/Newquay??

Looking at the midfield that played last week it could be either Cam Palin, Neil Slateford, Luke Rigby or Aaron Bicknell, care to expand?

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Adam Carter is not the sort of player to go chasing the dollars. He prefers to be happy, enjoying his football, have a good relationship with the management and teammates, that's what matters to him. If he was the sort of player that went looking for more money there is no way he would have stayed at Tamarside last season. Falmouth is too far away and Carts would just not enjoy that. Saltash is almost on his doorstep and they're a good young side.

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Hi Dave - the rules regarding approaches are governed by the F.A. and apply to all Leagues, regardless of whether they are in the league's rules. F.A. Rules are available to read or as a download at thefa.com if you haven't got a copy of the FA Handbook

FA Rule C2(v) states "The approaching Club must not approach the same player a second time in the same season"

This is often mis-interpreted as meaning while the player is still at the same Club but it is there to prevent transfers taking place through a "third-party" Club - if you get my drift! However, if all transfers fully followed and complied with the FA regulations, there wouldn't be nearly as many as there are!

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Hi Dave - the rules regarding approaches are governed by the F.A. and apply to all Leagues, regardless of whether they are in the league's rules. F.A. Rules are available to read or as a download at thefa.com if you haven't got a copy of the FA Handbook

FA Rule C2(v) states "The approaching Club must not approach the same player a second time in the same season"

This is often mis-interpreted as meaning while the player is still at the same Club but it is there to prevent transfers taking place through a "third-party" Club - if you get my drift! However, if all transfers fully followed and complied with the FA regulations, there wouldn't be nearly as many as there are!

hi john you should go on mastermind,and have f.a.rules as your preffed subject,well done mate :clapper:

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