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    Mark Durnan

    Quite a few Qos fans on Twitter have been tweeting big Durns saying they'd love him back. Mark has been hitting the like button for every one . Just saying likes !

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSLEFTPEG View Post
    Quite a few Qos fans on Twitter have been tweeting big Durns saying they'd love him back. Mark has been hitting the like button for every one . Just saying likes !
    His career has taken a slight stall but what a great opportunity for us and him. I have noticed a few other players who played under magic and were favoured by him saying their goodbyes to their respective clubs. Could be interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CptQueens View Post
    His career has taken a slight stall but what a great opportunity for us and him. I have noticed a few other players who played under magic and were favoured by him saying their goodbyes to their respective clubs. Could be interesting.
    Apparently had started last season well with the Pars then picked up a bad injury. Struggled after that but yes, what a good opportunity that would be for us getting him in , fit and ready.

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    I remember him being injured at the end of the previous season when Dundee Utd visited Palmerston

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    I would love too see Gavin Reilly back. No idea what his contract situation is but his work rate next to Dobbie would destroy defences.

    Think Nicky Clark coming back would be a obvious bet. Was never the biggest fan but he does score goals so would be a good addition

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    Quote Originally Posted by CptQueens View Post
    His career has taken a slight stall but what a great opportunity for us and him. I have noticed a few other players who played under magic and were favoured by him saying their goodbyes to their respective clubs. Could be interesting.
    I rate Mark as good if not better than our current crop of centre backs so he would be a valuable addition to the squad. P.S Doyle may not be the greatest in that position but his enthusiasm, flexibility and drive make him invaluable to the team so should be one of the first to be signed up for next season.

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    big durns would be a great signing and i think if stirling stays he will have a great time under aj ,he will be let off the leish .

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    Stirling would be a good fit for a AJ attacking squad.
    Talk of Robinson making a return as well.

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    The fact magic is back has already got me excited for next season!

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    It's great that there seems to be a sudden positivity from the fans at long last.

    Let's hope the magic returns on the pitch as well, because we have to get passed the next four games first, - before we can really start thinking of next season.

    If Magic can steer us through to survival in the Championship, - then we need to draw a line in the sand and move onwards and upwards from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikefaethesouth View Post
    I rate Mark as good if not better than our current crop of centre backs so he would be a valuable addition to the squad. P.S Doyle may not be the greatest in that position but his enthusiasm, flexibility and drive make him invaluable to the team so should be one of the first to be signed up for next season.
    As good as our current crop of centre halfs is damning with faint praise. While the individual players have some ability as a unit our back 4 has been awful. Durnan might just be the potentially dominating centre half we need. Time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dobmeister View Post
    As good as our current crop of centre halfs is damning with faint praise. While the individual players have some ability as a unit our back 4 has been awful. Durnan might just be the potentially dominating centre half we need. Time will tell.
    It is faint praise right enough because if he was still the player that was signed by Dundee United from Queens he would not be the free agent that he apparently is now. But as you say time will tell as with everything that has gone on and hopefully it will be in a positive direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikefaethesouth View Post
    It is faint praise right enough because if he was still the player that was signed by Dundee United from Queens he would not be the free agent that he apparently is now. But as you say time will tell as with everything that has gone on and hopefully it will be in a positive direction.
    If Durnan happens to return to Palmerston perhaps he will settle well at the club where he first made a name for himself.

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