It’s time to revisit the idea of a loan draft system

It’s time to revisit the idea of a loan draft system

By Graham Ruthven
Scottish football finds itself at a critical juncture in its history. What happens now, with the implementation of Project Brave and all that has come with it, will set a course for the future of the sport in this country. The next generation will be shaped by the decisions that are taken in the present


2 Replies to “It’s time to revisit the idea of a loan draft system”

  1. This wouldn’t allow the parent clubs to select which teams their players are sent to. That’s fine sometimes, but not if you have a specific style of training and playing style in mind. If I’m grooming fleet-footed central midfielder to perform the role of Iniesta some day, then how is him getting drafted by a team that plays him as a physical ball-winning pivot going to help his development?

    1. The clubs, as per my suggestion, would have the choice of which league they go into. But how about we give the parent club refusal of where they go? But if the player is entered into the draft, they must go somewhere?

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