How long can we hang on to Pym?

RaeUK

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I liked Jonah and I rated Artur. But, it has to be said Pete, - whilst it's still early doors - as a glovesman Mr Pym is certainly different gravy ...
 

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Bit of a shame the commentator on the FL Show had to come up with the "Pym will be disappointed" comment regarding the goal he let in! P*ssed me off a bit, since he apparently had a great game!
 

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Pym is class. Real class. Jonah and Artur both used to scare me at times, but somehow I feel at ease with Christy and I think the outfield players do too. OK he'll always make the odd mistake - what keeper doesn't - but, for me, he's the best City keeper for years (and still only 19 years old).
Sounds like another Big Kev Miller in the making?
 

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Who knows, come January he could have played around 35 senior games. Seems a bit soon to be moving for me, as a keeper couldn't see him becoming a number one at a higher level that quick. I think it would aid his development to stay with us this season and all or part of next, or if he did get sold a loan back should be made part of the deal.

He is doing very well, hopefully he can add to his two clean sheets over the coming months.
 

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I think Tis might do a Harley and sell him (but for a lot more than Harley as he is under 24) and then get him back on loan. Alternatively Artur is available for loan as well. Likewise, if Grimes goes, I would expect to see Harley back on loan.
 
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