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Ipswich boss Jim Magilton says he could still target David Healy if he became available. The Town manager is a huge admirer of Healy, who he tried to bring on loan to Portman Road last season.

Magilton said: "I have been linked with him a few times over a period of time and I have never made any secret of my admiration of him. Why would I?

"He hasn`t transferred his international form to club level though and scoring goals for Northern Ireland shouldn`t be enough for him.

"David is good enough and should want to score goals in the Premier League, but it`s up to him to do that.

"I would love him to be a big success in the Premier League, but if he isn`t and he is made available by Fulham, then I would be crazy if I wasn`t interested in bringing him to Ipswich."

Nice to see we could still get something for Healy. Maybe we can sell him to raise funds for a new striker?

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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 22 2008

Time: 1:37PM

Your Comments

LOAN!!!!!
Backslash2010
keep him until January - he might come good!
Al Billy
are you sure he'll ever come good at this level?
Putney
I wouldn't be bothered if he went
donfulham
i say go!!
oranje_emu
i say stay he is a good player and gives his all id give him anotyher season he hasnt been a total failure at all chirs baird has been
boca3
 

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