For all my slowness, it was a fairly quiet summer, brought back an old player, and sadly sold Rob Rees, but the offer couldn't be refused, as we were still skimming the financial line.
Our moves overall weren't as much strengthening, as much as sidestepping, or increasing depth at best, so I didn't quite expect the start we have had. Mid table was the target, and I expected we could fight at that level.
Decided to not bother about the League Cup, backups and not even managing the matches myself. So it was an incredible surprise to batter Sunderland 0-4 on their patch!
Evans returns for a fraction of what we sold him for, Rees is sad, but for 6m(5 up front), 50% of profit, and the loan back, it was too good.
Doidge broke his foot before the first game of pre-season.