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“Start making plans for his statue”- These Blues fans can’t believe their luck after latest win

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I said earlier today that the £1m we spent on Lukas Jutkiewicz was pretty good business.

Well, I think the nothing that we’ve spent on Scott Hogan, or whatever it was we paid to get him on loan, might just be even better than the Jutkiewicz deal, and that’s saying something.

Scott Hogan scored his third goal in as many games for the Blues, and even better, it turned out to be the winner as Pep Clotet’s men held on for a 1-0 victory away to Barnsley to extend their unbeaten run in the Championship to six games.

You’d think that the initial excitement of the Hogan transfer would have worn off after his first two goals for the club, but that turned out not to be the case as the fans were just as excited for this one as they were for his first.

Will the Blues be able to keep Hogan at the end of the season?





Now it’s just going to be a case of keeping hold of him when the summer comes around, and if he keeps up this sort of form, there’s likely to be a lot of suitors, so it will be tough to do.

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  • John flavel says:

    It’s a good deal, but it’s certainly not for nothing. It’s 55k a week.

    • Matthew Baldwin says:

      True, that’s why I added the ‘whatever it was we paid to get him on loan’.

      Point stands though, three wins in three games he’s been with us. That’s 9 points, I’d call that a bargain whatever the fee was

  • brushstrokesinparadise says:

    Lets enjoy the rest of the season and appreciate Hogans’s goals because come Summer he will be sold onto a club that can afford or wiling to pay his alledged £55k,and we certainly wont be one of these clubs as were skint and can only afford loans or lower league players. Shame as Hogan is exactly what we have needed for years

  • St Francis says:

    A brilliant piece of business, similar vein to Che. Whilst we all bask in the glory that is going on and that approach to 50+ points seems a lot more likely now. How much are Villa going to charge us to buy him at the end of season though?

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