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    You think a Championship club will pay a loan fee and pay his £45k a week wages?
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      Would have been better at Rangers.
      With his staunch Republican leanings there is no way on this earth that he would turn out for the blue side of Glesgae.
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      Derby are interested in him if you believe the gossip section of the BBC Sport pages.

      If Wayne Rooney manages to keep Derby County in the Championship he will look to sign Brighton and Republic of Ireland centre-back Shane Duffy, 29, who has spent the season on loan at Celtic. (Football Insider)
      Even if Derby stay up - Rooney could (and probably should) still be sacked.

      It is worth noting how far Duffy's star has fallen that Forest aren't being mentioned as a destination. With Egan, O'Sea, Collins, Clark and now Omobamidele in front of him, it is unlikely Duffy will make the Irish squad again, and even if he does he won't be seen on the pitch.
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      Derby are interested in him if you believe the gossip section of the BBC Sport pages.

      If Wayne Rooney manages to keep Derby County in the Championship he will look to sign Brighton and Republic of Ireland centre-back Shane Duffy, 29, who has spent the season on loan at Celtic. (Football Insider)
      I wouldn't trust Wayne Rooney with Marcus Rashford's School Dinner Money, never mind several million quid.
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      With his staunch Republican leanings there is no way on this earth that he would turn out for the blue side of Glesgae.
      I think you may have misheard - he has strong Publican leanings...
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      Even if Derby stay up - Rooney could (and probably should) still be sacked.

      It is worth noting how far Duffy's star has fallen that Forest aren't being mentioned as a destination. With Egan, O'Sea, Collins, Clark and now Omobamidele in front of him, it is unlikely Duffy will make the Irish squad again, and even if he does he won't be seen on the pitch.
      Shane would be a good signing for Forest if he was at the same fitness levels he was a few years ago but I don't think he is - Brighton will want too much money for Duffy and he just isn't worth what Brighton currently value him at unless he works on his fitness again
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      I think you may have misheard - he has strong Publican leanings...
      Ha very good, l see what you did there!
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      A summer to get in shape and sober up @ a serious Championship side would be a good move. I wonder if he has the appetite for it any more, he must have a few bob in the bank to keep him in guinness for at least a few decades.
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      A summer to get in shape and sober up @ a serious Championship side would be a good move. I wonder if he has the appetite for it any more, he must have a few bob in the bank to keep him in guinness for at least a few decades.
      He seems to have lost his way massively, I guess we are about to find out how much football really means to Shane.
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      He seems to have lost his way massively, I guess we are about to find out how much football really means to Shane.
      There's a narrative developing that Shane lost his way because he's been in the pubs and in the Casinos?

      Really?

      They've all been closed for nearly all the time he's been at Celtic. They were open when he was with us and he was in them, (but he played brilliantly).

      I think the truth is closer to, Celtic was just the wrong environment for him at the wrong time. His form deserted and he couldn't recapture the confidence.

      He will come back in the summer and there won't be any clubs willing to take on his huge contract. We'll look to loan him out with us paying probably 80 to 90% of his salary.

      There's an outside chance he can't find a suitable loan club, he stays with us and we'll see him again in the stripes in a few cup games or possibly up front in the PL for the last 5 minutes of games where we need an equaliser

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