Bristol City: League Two experience worth more than under-21 games says boss Lee Johnson
Bristol City head coach Lee Johnson tells BBC Radio Bristol the development of young players will be a key issue next season in the light of FIFA's decision to scrap the emergency loan window.
The move means Football League clubs will now only be able to sign players in the summer and during January and Johnson is concerned that clubs will have to carry larger squads as a result, meaning young players will miss out on potential career-enhancing loan moves.
"In my opinion, 10 League Two games is worth 150 under-21 games," Johnson told BBC Radio Bristol.
"It's really important we get this career path right."