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Healy to leave

Looks like David Healy might be looking to move to Ipswich in the summer in order to gain some first team football.

The Northern Ireland international striker received a Uefa aware this week for his amazing 13 goal haul during the Euro 2008 qualifiers.

He told the independent on the Tractor boys link: "Nobody`s ever happy about not playing first team football. Jim`s a terrific manager, he`s done a terrific job. Ipswich are a terrific club and I`m sure he`ll keep doing a terrific job. We`ll have to wait and see."

He once again scored after picking up his 34th cap this week, so if he can score for them, why can't he score for us?




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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 28 2008

Time: 11:35AM

Your Comments

just hasn't been able to perform for you guys, strange
StevieG Col U
he hasn't really performed for an of his clubs!
oranje_emu
Yeah surpose, was never as good for Leeds as he was for Northern Ireland!
StevieG Col U
No great lost !!
STFC Lady
he´s the first bloke i know who performs better on the international stage than the club stage - england need a few of those!
merlin
Yeah hang on a minuite we always complain when the likes of Gerrard and Lampard don't perform for england but this is the opposite and we are still complaining. Happy bunch aren't we!
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