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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

I Wonder If Newcastle Loic Him Now??

Last night the news that Loic Remy had joined Newcastle on a season long loan was annouced, as the French International looks to get Premier League football in the year leading up to the World Cup.

Remy was originally supposed to join Newcastle in January last year before performing a last minute u-turn and join the R's for a fee of £8 million and leaving the Geordie faithful furious.
Some labasted him as only joining QPR for the money, yet eight months later they have finally got their man, albeit for nine months.

Remy was a huge success at Loftus Road as we describe him as one of the best striker we have seen at Loftus Road since Les Ferdinand left, ironically he ended up signing for Newcastle!

Hopefully if everything goes to plan and we gain promotion this season then we can welcome him back to W12 ready for a new Premier League season next year, if not then Newcastle and their fantastic supporters can enjoy a truly brilliant player for a while longer.


  • At 4:17 pm, Anonymous Lee John Robinson said…

    He is an exciting player, but alas I think he will have a fee agreed should Newcastle want to make the move permanent. For this deal, see Ben Arfas move to the toon as the precedent.

  • At 5:10 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    a while longer???
    he has signed a loan deal with option of permanent deal that's what us geordies have been told

  • At 5:20 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Very rare in this day and age to see a non bitter post. Well done. Fans like yourself deserve a bit of success so good luck for season.

  • At 5:57 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    sorry to burst your bubble, but its a years loan with the option to sign, i'd be very surprised if he returned to QPR.

  • At 12:26 am, Blogger Lee said…

    If Remy signs for Newcastle then all I can say is fair play. Newcastle is a massive club with a huge fanatical fanbase and I couldn't his signing on a better club.

    Not bitter, he's a brilliant striker and going to a club will apprecite him is the best thing I could wish on Remy


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