I think they are p*ssed because he ahd a bad game and he's a bad fit for their side. A bit more far-sighted and objective are these two: "You seem glimpses of quality. Not suited to a team like ours where you need lots of physicality. If you stuck him into the United team where they get it down he'd probably be alot better." And: "John Bostock got greedy and moved to the prem far too early in my opinion. he's paying the price for sitting on his arse the last four years; as are we with him in the team. he seems way off the pace, and will take time to deliver. his progress will be a slow-burner. we needed Marshall's replacement to continue his work and make an immediate impact; Bostock was a long-shot and poor choice with hindsight." Which kinda echo my thoughts...though I would add, again, that being told he was for the first team sooner-rather-than-later and then leaving him floundering certainly did't help his confidence. But, I think, the most important thing, which has been touched on above, is that Bostock, and quite a few of our other younglings, seem to view the loan system as some kinda boobie-prize - it ain't fellas, it is you earning your wages and how 'Arry et al, are judging your suitibility for a step up (ala Kyle Walker).