A Barnsley supporting colleague went to the local Aldi here at Barugh Green in his Lunch Break and saw Adam Hammill he got a picture with him and had a quick chat. He asked why he did not re-sign for us his reply( yes I know that this second hand information) was that Stendell came to his house (as reported in the Chron) and a contract was drawn up but not signed. He was later informed by the club that the Americans had said no when the contract was put to them and that they only wanted to sign players that they could sell for a profit. How can they grow the club which I interpret as getting promoted eventually to the premier league if you don't have experienced players? or is this how they are going to make themselves money? BFC would have to be a premier league side in order for them to market them in the far east and other potential markets. Every promotion side I have seen starting with the 1978/79 Clarke squad was a blend of youth and experience and Ronnie "The King" Glavin would never have been signed under current policy.