Last nights game at the bridge highlights why the loan policy is so wrong on so many levels. Granted there is a good chance somebody else would have been scored from the penalty spot but for a liverpool player to score against a rival to virtually hand liverpool the league is a wrong How can The fa think that letting teams loan out players does not have a conflict of interest is a joke. Don't get me wrong newcastle have used the system with the likes Of remy one of only a few reasons We have stayed up this season. For clubs likes us and Sunderland its a good option however look at the bigger picture with the rich clubs just loaning out players who could actually benefit for their employer by scoring vital goals against their rivals but are still not allowed to play against themselves. The loan system should be one of two options 1) for a young player to go down to to a Lower league team for experience 2) emergency loan signing for injuries etc Thoughts ??