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Hutton Set For Real Mallorca

Hutton Set For Real Mallorca

The club have confirmed that, subject to a medical, Alan Hutton will leave the club on loan for the remainder of the season.

The medical will take place tomorrow and the Spanish club have an option to make the deal permanent come the summer.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Monday January 28 2013
Time: 7:49PM


Best of luck to him & hope he stays there!
Windy Villain
28/01/2013 21:02:00
Biggest laugh of the season, the guy is gonna end Messi's career on Sunday 8th April.
28/01/2013 21:10:00
If that means Hutton and Warnock leaving, freeing up 40k, who will be coming in?
Avfc94 we do
28/01/2013 21:14:00
Still better than Lowton or Bennett
28/01/2013 22:00:00
We've got such a solid defence we can clearly afford to loan out experienced Not a massive fan of Hutton but he would clearly improve our defence right now if for no other reason than adding some muscle and nastiness so we aren't such a push over.
28/01/2013 22:25:00
Wonder if he will get to majorca 10 minutes late and pick up a yellow card, like he always did with his tackles? Right this minute there are 5 supposedly senior full backs at the club. Not one of them is Prem quality. Warnock was once, Lowton might be in future, but Hutton, Lichaj and Bennett are just a waste of wages.
28/01/2013 22:27:00
It should be a time to celebrate as we are getting rid of ,as most of us have said previously,a waste of space,overpaid,thug but still some fans moan! No pleasing some fans!
29/01/2013 03:59:00
I find it all a bit baffling. What can Real Mallorca possibly see in Hutton that we seem to have overlooked? He must have one hell of an agent!
29/01/2013 06:49:00
mick,this for me sums up where lambert has gone wrong. Its called management not gambling. Bringing in replacements for hutton and warnock was spot on, trying youth whilst loaning out the unwanted duo would be good management if the plan was to recall them and use them if the replacements turned out to be worse but alas the inept one decides that whilst it is obvious to a blind man that both hutton and warnock could be usefully used until the summer (whether as fullbacks or as bite in midfield) his ego is too frail to change tack and so we will go down because lambert is too pig headed,arrogant, stupid and inept to look for plan B.
29/01/2013 08:25:00
when we have Bennett in the team its hard to knock Hutton. he could even beef up the midfield a bit. so i agree with PiperUK and avbornandbred.
29/01/2013 08:52:00
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