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Lee Martin: The Exodus Begins?

Lee Martin: The Exodus Begins?

Lee Martin, one of the starters on that infamous night against Coventry, joined Plymouth Argyle on loan.

After the shambles of that Carling Cup third round, Sir Alex Ferguson hinted that some youngsters will go out on loan to allow them play competitive matches.

Lee Martin is the first, having just joined Championship side Plymouth. The loan deal is for three months', hopefully he'll be able to gain valuable experience during that period.

The question is, with injuries mounting, will Evans, Simpson, Bardsley and Eagles follow him through the exit door? Would it be a risk or they are of no use anyway?

I'm totally supportive of loaning them out, let's face it: none of our the aforementioned guys have a chance of getting into the team this season, apart from Jonny Evans who would be worth a try at right-back.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Friday October 5 2007
Time: 6:45PM

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Ian Holloway will look after him, he worked wonders with our own Scott Sinclair down at Plymouth!
merlin
05/10/2007 19:33:00
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martin is older than sinclair, he has little chance of becoming even a squad player at old trafford
Vidicinho
06/10/2007 15:07:00
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is there chance of getting him perminate then?
green giant 12
06/10/2007 22:34:00
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Yeah, I think he won't make it here so if you launch a bid in January or in the summer, you'll be able to land him.
Zae
07/10/2007 11:22:00
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