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Duffy to return again

Portsmouth full-back Richard Duffy should complete his third loan move to Coventry City in time for Monday's game against Colchester United.

Micky Adams has moved for the Welsh international after losing both Marcus Hall and David McNamee in recent games, and with Andy Whing on loan at Brighton.




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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 18 2006

Time: 10:39AM

Your Comments

NO, NO, NO! why do we never build in re-call options? We should still have Andy Whing in the 1st place...we should be able to re-call him in the 2nd place. Duffy will be 5 steps backwards. He ISN'T good enough to play for us.
skyblueox
this is the same guy who stuck two fingers up at us when he got fit at the end of last year claiming he was too good for us! Why should we have im back!? Rubbish.
skyblueox
as long as he plays well WHO THE F**K CARES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
matty@789
but we already know he can't!
skyblueox
Seems like you like this player. Why dont you just sign him?
jono_forest
funny that the above poto show's him flapping his arms like a headless chicken - certainly how I remember him! - He did bad mouth on the way out last time - not a smart move - Whing (possibly more industry than ability) would still have been a better option!
Nogsy
Looks like it's all off now anyway
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