Hallelujah, fourteen Premier League clubs (even us) agreed to moving the transfer Deadline Day to before the start of the Season. Manchester United, Manchester City, Watford, Swansea and Crystal Palace voted against, while Burnley abstained. This will come in to play for the start of next season and for me this news is brilliant restoring my faith in mankind and the belief that sometimes common sense prevails. But what does it mean for our club? Mr Levy the bargain hunter will actually have to have a whole rethink about his poker playing shenanigans. Just think he may actually have to give his managers the tools they need to do the job from the off! This has to be great news for all clubs - it quashes the Sagas, the unrest, it forces clubs to be more pro active in their recruitment, shortens the negotiation side of things and just has teams ready for the season ahead. Now all we need is the January window to be banned or shortened to a 1 emergency signing and things should be about right. Just wondering what my fellow fans think about this and how it will affect us?