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Cureton goes back to Carrow Road

Norwich City have recalled striker Jamie Cureton from his loan spell with the Tykes.

Norwich City, who sacked manager Glenn Roeder earlier on today, triggered the 24 hour recall clause in the loan agreement with Barnsley.

Jamie has made eight appearances for the Reds, bagging two goals against Burnley and Preston.

Cureton will probably line up against the Tykes for City at Carrow Road this weekend.



How fitting, now Barnsley have only three fit strikers. Will salt be rubbed into the wound should Cureton score on Saturday? Post your thoughts below...




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Writer: MattyG Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 14 2009

Time: 4:43PM

Your Comments

Needs must I'm afraid. We need him back, and he never should have been sent out in the first place!
theguru
yeah thanks.now we have two and a half fit strikers!!
mattyg
and he'll probably bag a goal or 2 against us on saturday! We need one of Davey's 'Sensational swoops' asthe website always puts it!
yorkie_tyke
You caould always go for loans of Ched Evans and Danny Sturridge from City, Its just what they need a long loan spell with regular first team action.
Buzz Lightyear
aye, anyone will do. Isn't sturridge playing a bit though in the first team?
mattyg
yeah sturridge would be ok, he has been playin in the first team and quite well, he set up that peach for robihno not long since but as far as i was aware norwich wanted evans back on loan
yorkie_tyke
Not regular, thats what he needs a regular spot for a length of time, The Championship is Ideal and he would benefit being with barnsley. Celtic also want Evans both would be good for your team
Buzz Lightyear
Bring em on then, i'd welcome either!
yorkie_tyke
jamie has always scored goals whereever hes been so i think you have missed out here lads.
bluemooner_mcfc
 

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