CRYSTAL Palace boss Neil Warnock has reiterated his stance that he will not be loaning any more of first team squad members out until after the Capital One Cup game against Newcastle United next Wednesday. Owen Garvan left for Bolton Wanderers last week but the midfielder was never going to feature under the manager, while talk of Paddy McCarthy joining the midfielder under Dougie Freedman has been played down by Warnock. The manager is happy though that he can send his players out to get game-time and to maintain their fitness levels, and should Palace need them in an emergency, they can recall them after 28 days should they agree deal of up to three months. "I'm sure one or two will be leaving on loan after the Newcastle game," said Warnock. "But I want to see them all really if I can in what promises to be a really good game. We can lend them out for three months but have them back after 28 days. "And with the international breaks in October and November, they're only going to miss three or four games and then we can have them back at minute's notice. "At the same time they can keep them fit by playing so I think it's good thing we can do this from now until January. "If we need them back after month they are then match-fit ready. It's hard when you're playing week in, week out to keep that sharpness."
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