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Mowbray: McManus Not Joining Town
Mowbray: McManus Not Joining Town
Monday, 13th Feb 2012 06:00

Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray says Teessiders’ central defender Stephen McManus won’t be joining the Blues on loan. The former Celtic man has been linked with Town for some weeks with the Blues understood to have made an approach on the final day of the transfer window.

Mowbray said: “There’s been a lot of talk about it but for one reason or another, that deal isn’t going to happen.”

McManus, 29, previously turned down a loan move to Town when he was a Celtic player in the summer of 2009.

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howdonblue added 06:24 - Feb 13
Good we need to improve our defence!!!
Wouldn't be any better than the madiocre bunch we already have ...

raycrawfordswig added 08:41 - Feb 13
Building for the future? not with 29 year old players

Surco72 added 09:01 - Feb 13
Centre backs are in the prime of their careers late 20's to mid 30's as opposed to strikers which is supposed to be early to mid 20's ,so the experts say .
So a player that could have the potential to play for another 6 years is building for the future in todays game where the squad changes from season to season

MrCool added 09:57 - Feb 13
Building for the future is not only about age, it's also about quality.

irishtim added 10:13 - Feb 13
Whats Plan C?

Keaneish added 10:53 - Feb 13
Why not Mogga? You haven't even put him in the bench in the last three games!
I'd take him. Easily a better footballer than Sonko!

jas0999 added 15:18 - Feb 13
PJ has had ample time to address the CB situation and has FAILED. End of story

mugsykets added 11:17 - Feb 14
Greetings grapple fans!

TractorRoyNo1 added 23:21 - Feb 14
signed for bristol city tonight - thanks again mogga!

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