Roberto Martinez vents frustration over loan rules - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has hugely benefited off loans this season, but he has recently expressed his discontent towards the rules, claiming he would like changers in order for them to coexist with those in Europe.
Barry has proved to be a very good loan deal
Everton’s next Premier League opponent is Manchester City, a game that on-loan midfielder Gareth Barry will be ineligible to play in.
The comments come after the Atletico Chelsea clash were goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois was able to play, despite being technically owned by the London club. It is clear that Martinez feels that his chances are reduced due to the absence of the English midfielder. He believes that once a team has let a player leave on loan then he is not wanted by the club and that they are happy for him to be elsewhere. This is one of his arguments towards the rules that prevent a loan player from playing against the cl...