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Colo the Clown's agent hints at quick exit

Hilarious quotage from Clownoccini's agent via Setanta Sports:

"Fabricio is disappointed with Newcastle`s relegation and he wants to play more regularly. We are studying several options, all in Europe. The boy does not wish to return to Argentina, even if some enquiries have been made."

'Disappointed with Newcastle's relegation' - well I'll never. What about our disappointment with the 10m fee, the 60k wages and the displays that made it look like he was wearing lead diver's boots? Not to mention the fact we'll never get anywhere near the money we paid for him back...




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 8 2009

Time: 10:23PM

Your Comments

and how good did he look in that first match against man u , i remember watching it in my villar in spain, thinking oh god these are gunna be good this seasn , with gutierez aswell. do you reckon players like duff will stay.?
willowavfc
Hopefully none of them! Rather see them all go and build from scratch than rely on those wasters.
BaldEagle
I agree with BaldEagle, I'd love to see them all go, they have the cheek to run when they are down, they should stand up and be counted if the club means anything to them! ...oh yeah I forgot the only thing they liked newcastle for was the silly wages we paid them.
xpertweb.co.uk
If these guys had any sort of morals they would at least offer to stay on a lower salary and try and get us back to the premiership. All these footballers say "I am not in it for the money"!! Now is their chance to prove it. Well done to Baye, Duff etc for saying that they will stay!!
sfosteruk
Let the lot of them go and start from scratch with players who want to actually play for the badge. etc barton, coloccini and all the other clowns
Welsh magpie
 

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