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Massimo Luongo & Jacob Murphy

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1 minute ago, 1993swfc said:

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Seems to be the first question nowadays: how many followers has this McGrath chap got?

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Isn't Luongo contracted to QPR? 

 

Might struggle with the "free" bit...

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If true, that would be decent business. Would Murphy be on loan? Need to utilise the loan market.

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Luongo is a very good player, but similar to Hutch and in a way Pelupessy. 

 

Certainly an upgrade on the latter.

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1 minute ago, Pablo Bonvin said:

Seems to be the first question nowadays: how many followers has this McGrath chap got?

7k. Writes for The Sun. 

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1 minute ago, SiJ said:

Isn't Luongo contracted to QPR? 

 

Might struggle with the "free" bit...

Depends if they are trying to trim their wage bill or not I guess

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1 minute ago, Pablo Bonvin said:

Seems to be the first question nowadays: how many followers has this McGrath chap got?

 

1.842 :duntmatter:

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Newcastle ?   IF true   is this some barter /compo deal ?

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Two areas of weakness in our team where we need strength in depth. 

 

Luongo fits the profile of free transfer signing, 26, with experience and minimal risk.

 

Surprised we would do business with Newcastle, but Murphy would be a good signing. 

 

I do like our business this summer, we've done well in the free transfer market, while at last bringing in transfer fees for outgoing players. 

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Anyone realise that, if we sign all the players we have been 'looking to sign', we shall finish with a squad of 50+ 

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3 minutes ago, MarkS43Owl said:

Luongo is a very good player, but similar to Hutch and in a way Pelupessy. 

 

Certainly an upgrade on the latter.

luongo is a technical attacking player-nothing like hutch

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Nice, Luongo was highly rated a couple of years ago and QPR got him

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5 minutes ago, striker said:

Two areas of weakness in our team where we need strength in depth. 

 

Luongo fits the profile of free transfer signing, 26, with experience and minimal risk.

 

Surprised we would do business with Newcastle, but Murphy would be a good signing. 

 

I do like our business this summer, we've done well in the free transfer market, while at last bringing in transfer fees for outgoing players. 

Agree with that which is why i'm concerned about paying millions we haven't got for Hector.

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1 minute ago, waynecoyne14 said:

luongo is a technical attacking player-nothing like hutch

 

That’s funny, has been playing as a holder for QPR.

 

hopefully something different to what we already have 

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Just now, sweetsheri said:

Agree with that which is why i'm concerned about paying millions we haven't got for Hector.

I see your point, but I think Hector is the exception. If the fee ends up being the £3.5 - 4m reported rather than £5m I think it's still a good deal. 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, bradowl said:

 

1.842 :duntmatter:

 

Wrong McGrath, lol 6,818 followers

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