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    Post by Guest on Thu Jan 24 2013, 06:44

    Yago Falque has joined Premera Liga promotion hopefuls Almeria on loan until the end of the season.


    whats the bloody point in keep loaning him out.
    hes been with us 2 years and proved hes good enough and was one of the stand out players in the uefa cup.

    now hes gone to a micky mouse league where he can only fail.

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    Re: falque

    Post by vis on Thu Jan 24 2013, 06:50

    Lought have you thought of the possibility that the player has not settled in England? There is often a good reason for a loan move, be it experience or helping a player mature. Bit of a surprise as he could always warm the bench but I do think there may be more to this the just loaning out a youngster for the sake of it . . . .


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    Post by Guest on Thu Jan 24 2013, 07:26

    but he was on loan for a season then we brought him so i doubt hes unsettled now.

    if he does well in that league people will say well its a crap league and if he does bad then he will just be sold cheap next season.
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    Post by vis on Thu Jan 24 2013, 07:57

    Well we will just have to wait & see Lought . . . . .


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    Re: falque

    Post by Guest on Thu Jan 24 2013, 08:55

    just gutted because he always look good when he got a chance. i hope he does well
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    Post by ionman34 on Thu Jan 24 2013, 20:52

    Loughtonlegend wrote:but he was on loan for a season then we brought him so i doubt hes unsettled now.

    if he does well in that league people will say well its a crap league and if he does bad then he will just be sold cheap next season.

    You're the only one referring to it as a 'Mickey mouse' league.

    He'll make it or he won't, the coaching staff have a much better idea of his potential than we do so have a little faith in their appraisal rather than base your opinion on a few cameo's.

    I hope he makes it too, it is only to our benefit if he does. But I'd rather trust the appraisal of the people who have developed the likes of Caulker, Walker, Naught on, Smith and Carroll than fans who only see them for a few minutes in cameo roles.
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    Re: falque

    Post by SuneJim on Fri Jan 25 2013, 21:43

    The young lad has been given a chance to go back home to Spain Lought. Continued football in a competitive league is always better than reserve games & the odd few minutes here & there for the first team.

    Plus i'm sorry but i also 100% disagree with you about him showing he's good enough. I've seen a couple of capable performances in cups & europe. But he played a big part in our last minute loss at Everton Mate. When he got the ball he couldn't hold it up & made no impact & basically left us with 10 men. Totally inexperienced,,,,, which means he will certainly benefit from a loan move especially back to Spain.

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