The thing with frees is you may pay no transfer fee but still pay money through signing on fees and inflated wages so they can still be quite costly
Norwood will be wanted by a number of clubs so there will certainly be a bidding war on wages
As with any transfer fees paid, there surely has to be a weighing up of the long term costs if we can't bounce back quickly. Do you gamble a bit more early on to negate the long term risks of a longer stay? How much does it cost to buy your way out of League One versus how much it's going to cost you being there for a few seasons
Sadly I fear, Evans views any gambled investment a risk too far which means simply no investment unless it is with fees obtained from sales
The general policy McCarthy onwards has been gambling on us finding a few freak bargains who can help shoot us into 6th place and win the play-off final. It has been a monumentally flawed approach which worked once with a decent manager in charge and even that almost backfired.
You simply have a video referee who relays the decision to the referee
No other sport marches the referee or umpire to a screen miles from the incident for the decision to be made, it's like they have forgotten we have invented the wireless communication being used to interact with their other officials for example
Why do we have a VAR team in a studio somewhere with out any authority on decisions?
Why have the football authorities learnt nothing from other sports?