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Luque Plea: 'Come Get Me'

Albert Luque made a brief appearance in the Portsmouth match, but again looked like a fish out of water.

Does the Spanish forward REALLY have the heart for the Premiership? Apparantly not, and following his big-money switch from Deportivo La Coruna at the start of last season, he has asked a Spanish club to end his nightmare.

The list of clubs interested are like a who's who of Spanish football - Barcelona, Real Madrid, Real Mallorca, Valencia, etc.

Luque: 'I will play for another month and there must be a change then. If there is no change then maybe an option that is better for Newcastle and better for me, is to go.

'It's been very difficult not playing regularly. I am happy at Newcastle but I have to play.

'I know of the interest from Barcelona, and I would be interested.'




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Date:Monday November 27 2006

Time: 12:58PM

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This is a joke, he is a high profile striker who should be busting his balls to play - Wouldnt get that with an enlgish striker - who would u like to sign ??
Boony
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27/11/2006 13:10:00

well give him a decent run or sell him, because he looked unfit and out of practice against celta vigo, didnt c him against pompey.
paulr3062
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27/11/2006 13:40:00

Who wouldn't want to leave!!!
BaldyYid
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27/11/2006 16:02:00

Another great waste of money. English money going abroad too.
storagematt
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27/11/2006 21:02:00

 

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