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Gunter Tag?

It seems as if one of the 'demands' made by Alan Shearer is a move for Spurs starlet Chris Gunter. Gunter spent the second half of last season with Nottingham Forest and seemed to adapt a lot better with the Treehuggers than following his 3m move from Cardiff.

Whether this one is any sort of a goer depends on the working capital requirements getting sorted asap.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 4 2009

Time: 3:18PM

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Promising and versatile young defender. I (as a Yid) would be chuffed for him to spend a year with a club like yours. It's a step up from Forest and could only do him good to play with a higher calibre of teammates.
wayne king
a loan move would very probably be welcomed, though Spurs have indicated they dont want to sell.
oxfordspur
We'd be more than happy with that. Saves on an upfront transfer fee which we'll struggle to stump up until taken over.
BaldEagle
The article is a little bit assumpive I feel, depends on working capital, well yes of which you have none. It also depends on whether Spurs have any interest in selling the player and also whether the player would like to leave a premiership team for a championship one. Thought after the humility of being relegated some sensible comment would come out of Newcastle but no. Wake up smell the roses you have been relegated, you will be playing away at Scunthorpe, you cannot go around making assumptions that players want to come to you. Gone are the 100k salaries, time to start looking for 2/3/5k a week players that is all you can afford and all you will attract. ****.
TeddyLyon
Brilliant when at Cardiff a few seasons ago, and has fully adapted to a young vibrant welsh team where he will win his 16th cap against Azerbaijan on Saturday, wouldn't mind seeing him come to us.
Welsh magpie
Gunter played the full 90, they won 1-0.
BaldEagle
 

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