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22 comments
ToonTone100
ToonTone100

Cabaye is class ... itching to succeed and knows what to expect at NUFC. He would be great business & is exactly the type of player we need if MA is serious about his claim to want to "win something".

zemtex
zemtex

Best player we've had in a decade 

Hez
Hez

Don't get people who wouldn't take him back or call him greedy etc. If I was him and a better club who had ambition and wanted to win things were going to double my wages and pay me a 3 million or so signing on fee, offering champions league football etc I would go and defs sulk if I wasn't aloud too! the only other option was stay at a club going no where but downwards and backwards. Footballers have short careers and few chances for silverware

hettonmag
hettonmag

Don't often disagree with your posts Dean, but on this post I do, here is a player who hasn't  played regular football  for the past year he was, in the world cup the game just passed him by. When  he was here he came across to me as a chicken hearted footballer, when things weren't going his way he was always looking to the bench to come off. Sorry mate but it would be a backward step for me.

Andgeo
Andgeo

I take your point but signing cabaye would be better than signing some nobody of the calibre of gouffran/Williamson. Your election suggests that you hope for bigger and better things, but do you really think that ashley has any ambition to sign a player better than cabaye? If they only have £25m to spend, they can't afford to buy cabaye, that is the truth. We only have enough for a striker and a centre back. What a joke!!! Ashley out!!

Andgeo
Andgeo

Well apparently lee charnley is holding a board meeting today to discuss transfer plans. Do they still not know what they are doing? Or are they finding that the £25m allowance that the fat scum is letting them use is completely inadequate for the job that needs to be done? What a calamity. Ashley out!!!

Paul Patterson
Paul Patterson

£10m would be a snip for a player of his quality and thats the point- QUALITY.

He's a big step up from Sissoko, so he improves the squad.

He'll play 20 more games than De Jong did last season and score more goals so he improves the team.

Even if he leaves for nothing 2-3 years later we would still have made £10m. PROFIT!!

I take on board the fact he wanted to leave but this one is a no brainer.

AndrewGrice
AndrewGrice

Surely if we got him for 10mill we would be near breaking even from when we sold him in the first place, not inclueding wages like. I loved him peronally and was wounded when he left. Id love him back.

toonterrier
toonterrier

How many stepping stones does the greedy git want. He couldn't wait to get away and now you want him back. His name should never be mentioned on this site but then if you believe the fat man will pay his wages then get your heads out of the clouds. More chance of Amadonki coming back. 

Wallsendstu
Wallsendstu

I am on the fence with this one. Loved him when he was here, disgusted at the way he went on to get a move. Unlike Remy who is happy to sit on Chelsea's bench and let others win things for him as long as he builds his bank balance I dont see Cabaye in the same way I honestly think that he expected more playing time at PSG. With the Euro's in France next year I can understand him wanting to play. A season long loan with an option to buy may be the way out, he will at least give the forwards(if we get any) the ammunition they have missed since he went.

DZA187
DZA187

I would love him back, great player. Once again, Palace will be finishing above Newcastle if they pull off signing Cabaye.

Paul Patterson
Paul Patterson

Well, if it comes to pass, Palace will have Cabaye and Krul.

Mal44
Mal44

He would be a great signing and a snip at the price. Quality which has never been replaced.

50trevor
50trevor

!00% would have him back we haven't had anybody capable of taking a free kick since he left. Come on  NUFC spend some money.

ilovemymonkey
ilovemymonkey

The guy refused to play to force through a move to PSG...Sorry but I don't want him back, we need players who want to play for the club and who won't refuse to play once a bigger club comes sniffing around.

Porciestreet
Porciestreet

@ilovemymonkey But he did want to play for the club. Broken promises are never good for business and probably best if not made in the first place.


Hez
Hez

@ilovemymonkey  ALL players want to move when bigger clubs come calling, even the biggest teams can't keep some players, Liverpool lost Saurez etc.

Geordie Zebra
Geordie Zebra

Hear hear. Makes me laugh when supporters quibble about the reported fee or resale value.

Surely it's all about improving our squad and more importantly first team and the dream boat certainly does that. Let's not all become accountants or justify FCB's penny pinching and focus on football. HWTL.

v0ices
v0ices

@Geordie Zebra it shows you how many are still falling for ashleys chronicle supported propagander. 

Stemcoman
Stemcoman

Crystal Palace isn't to far from Arsenal where his best mate is so I guess that's it.

Kazie23
Kazie23

I would take him back