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Luque-ing good for Albert

Having watched Luque flop under Souness (spit) and be used as some sort of scapegoat by Glenn Roeder as a reason why he can`t get transfer funds, it looks like Big Sam is going to be a bit more inclusive of our Spanish midfielder. With a move to PSV collapsing due to his wage demands, the boss is going to attempt to milk some action out of such a big money signing. Expect face-to-face talks when he gets back from his Big Fat Spanish Wedding.

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 12 2007

Time: 8:58AM

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lol @ 'spit' i hope Luque shows the magic hes capable of. wud be like a new signing in disguise.
Toon4LiFe
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12/07/2007 10:05:00

lets hope so - we paid enough for the fella.
SirLes
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12/07/2007 13:18:00

Given the chance Luque will be pure quality, Under Souness and Roedar he wasnt given a run of games hopefully under Allardyce he will come good. On another note, Does anybody know if Edmilson has joined us or not?
tompy78
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