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Saturday night was billed as Jonas Gutierrez v Fabricio Coloccini – Defensa y Justicia v San Lorenzo, but it didn’t quite go according to plan.
It would be a rush job but if Jonas signs tomorrow, it would be a major story for the media in Argentina if Fabricio Coloccini and Jonas Gutierrez were both involved next Saturday.
It appears at long last Fabricio Coloccini has found his way back to Argentina, agreeing terms with San Lorenzo according to reports today.
Fabricio Coloccini has confirmed his desire to leave Newcastle for San Lorenzo and hints at other established/experienced defenders also leaving this summer.
Fabricio Coloccini set to leave Newcastle: “It is a matter of talking about my departure, I have in mind to return right now.”
Fabricio Coloccini says the emotion shown by Newcastle fans towards his friend Jonas Gutierrez is something that will live with him forever.
Fabricio Coloccini has stated that he is no longer interested in joining San Lorenzo and thinks he’ll stay until the end of his Newcastle contract.
Media discipline seems to seemingly go out of the window when players leave Tyneside, is Alan Pardew right to be laidback about it?
It’s almost a year since the Coloccini transfer move demands went public, at a time when Newcastle were deep in relegation trouble. It all begins again.
Friday brought reports again of Fabricio Coloccini leaving Newcastle, press quotes in Argentina appearing to confirm Newcastle’s captain wants away.
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