Most figures below from transfermarkt.co.uk.... SPENT Nolan & Nsiala - not published but was rumoured to be approx £2m combined Jackson £1.6m Harrison £750k Edwards £700k Donacien - loan, but reported £750k transfer at end of season if work permit sorted out Total: about £5.8m
RECEIVED Waghorn £5m Webster £3.6m Garner £1.3m Total: about £9.9m Not sure about potential add-ons re. the players sold (Webster deal is one that has substantial add-ons I think)
Mick played Chambers out of position at right-back for an eternity. Chambers, being a total professional, never complained and did his best in that position despite some fans getting on his back. Hurst has at least played him in his correct position.
Improving the playing style came across very clearly as a priority in Marcus Evans' interview, and I believe Paul Hurst (assuming he joins) will deliver that, given the players he'll have at his disposal. He should be given plenty of time though, before we start making any judgements.
I agree that Jack Ross perhaps sounded the more exciting of the two stylistically, but Hurst is one of the best young managers in the Football League and I'll be delighted if/when he signs. An exciting time to be a Town fan and in recent times we haven't been able to say that very often!