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Parker oot

Thanks to Scott Parker for a couple of solid year`s service at Newcastle as he heads back down to home in West Ham. The club netted a half a million in profit for the lad, who never really did himself justice either here or at Chelsea. I think Scott`s move will ultimately turn out to be the best for both parties as we work on the Barton-Butt axis in the middle whilst Parker gets to work with his mentor Alan Curbishley at the Irons.

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 7 2007

Time: 11:36AM

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I agree that he has not really ever shown his potential at either club, but i believe that the hammers will allow for this. Newcastle are a big club and need a reliable keeper who is on form for you every game.
pandapops
Not sure I see the logic in the Barton in, Parker out transfer - don't see much difference between the two players on the picth, and Barton is troublesome off it, - but Allerdyce knows his stuff more than me.
andleics
Parker seems to be homesick. He'd stuck between being a holding midfielder and an attacking one, doing neither as well as Butt or Emre respectively.
Roy4Triggs
Surprised he's gone to waste his career at West Ham!
merlin
 

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