This point may have already been made (probably numerous times) but still, here it is: 2012/13 saw seventeen arrivals. 2013/14 also saw seventeen. Last season it was eighteen (I've counted Vydra again but Guedioura just once). Similarly, if a player was initially a loan but signed permanently, I counted him once. Why are people worried because we're signing players a lot of players? With the possible exceptions of Tozser and Guedioura, no one of particular importance has left the club to make way for these new players--are you really that sad to see Dyer and McGugan make way for Jurado and Berghuis? I'm sure our club--a professional, PREMIER LEAGUE football club--are fully aware of the homegrown rules and will make sure we follow them. Every Pozzo season has seen strengthening, because we've needed it. Never have we needed to strengthen more, however, than now. The standout players from last season are all still here, plus some high profile, high quality players that the club feel can help deliver sustained Premier League football to Vicarage Road. I trust them.