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Adiós Albert

Latest jibber-jabber from the Chronicle this evening suggests that we`ve managed to palm off El Misfit, Albert Luque, to Dutch champions PSV on loan for next season. The man that makes the Marcelino deal look economical looks set to join Ronald Koeman`s side after a similar move broke down in the January window.




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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 3 2007

Time: 3:28PM

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oh no, how will Newcastle ever recover from this shocking news?!!!
Shearer#1
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03/05/2007 16:26:00

got to stop throwing this sort of money away, one manager with a long term plan is what is needed. Sadly not Roeder.
MagpieMad
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03/05/2007 16:29:00

A real loss. Still I suppose one of the ballboys could take his place on the bench.
Roy4Triggs
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03/05/2007 18:42:00

Gents, he was the main man for deportivo when we paid the odd £9 million so how can the manager be blamed for bringin him in. At the time he was well worth the money. Just a shame he didnt cut it like we thought he would. Not the managers fault in my opinion as noone can predict how foreigners will produce in the premier league. Lets just be thankful we have Martins to replace the unfortunate striker.
Toon4LiFe
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03/05/2007 19:08:00

 

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