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Irish Messi stays on

Great News! (well, for some of you)

Wes Hoolahan has just put pen to paper on a two year extension, keeping him at the club till 2017.

What a contrast from a few months ago when the want-away midfielder was being lured by the promise of first team football at Paul Lambert's Aston Villa.

Lambert saw it...Hughton didn't...Adams does.

It's called talent and Wes has got buckets of it.



'I'm delighted to have signed.

'Obviously last year it was a bad season for me but I came back in for the pre-season and the manager spoke to me and talked me through his plans.

'Now I just can't wait to get started and I'm delighted to be here for another couple of seasons.' Said the Irish playmaker about his contract extension.

Credit where it is due...Adams has seemingly got the knack of communicating with his players. Let's hope he can do the same with Redmond, Fer, Ruddy, Olsson et al

COYY




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Writer: LeeBoz Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 7 2014

Time: 4:14PM

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good news wes will be key in championship wes just got the words slightly wrong should have said Norwich has a s**t manager
DRAYTON GREEN
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07/08/2014 16:20:00

Terrific news!
Tuckster
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07/08/2014 16:45:00

Great news ! Just goes to show what a total set of goons the 3 Stooges were.
yellow belly
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07/08/2014 18:39:00

It's field tactics that will be the ultimate yard stick by which NA is measured. His man management skills meanwhile seem excellent.
Clwyd
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07/08/2014 19:26:00

Most skilful player at the club since huckster. Hughton didn't know how to play him so he didn't! We'll done wes and Neil.
Canary58
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07/08/2014 19:43:00

 

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