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    Some Preston fans writing about the Barnsley game in the Lancashire Evening Post were delighted with Maguire's "MOTM" performance: https://www.balls.ie/football/sean-m...o-costa-373298

    Quote Originally Posted by John Smith
    Our goal came from Sean Maguire, a player who has been dubbed the Irish Diego Costa by a small section of our fans and he showed he also had the predatory strikers instinct similar to that of the Chelsea forward when he finished off a fine move and headed us in front midway through the first half. The Irishman was awarded the man of the match by the sponsors a view I shared as he was a constant pest to the Barnsley defence throughout the game.
    Heh, they call him "the Irish Diego Costa".

    Quote Originally Posted by John Roper
    The absence of Johnson and Pearson in the engine room was probably the deciding factor in North End only claiming a point. Nevertheless there were many positives from the game, not least of which was the first league goal for Sean Maguire in a North End shirt and I genuinely believe there is so much more to come from the man from Cork.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Mercer
    Preston took the lead in the 23rd minute after some good build-up play on the left wing by Tom Barkhuizen led to a cross that was neatly headed into the bottom right hand corner by Sean Maguire. It was just reward for his first goal in English football, with him being a shade unlucky in previous matches.

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    All quotes taken from the Lancashire post here: http://www.lep.co.uk/sport/football/...icts-1-8746064

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    Tim Mercer might want to check back on that stat about his first goal in English football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel-harps1954 View Post
    Tim Mercer might want to check back on that stat about his first goal in English football.
    Ha! Good spot - perhaps he thought "Accrington Stanley...who're they? Exactly". Heck, it's not even his first goal for Preston, as he did score in pre-season against another English team, which would have been part of "English Football"

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    Another goal for Maguire tonight v. Cardiff, video here: https://twitter.com/PaulDollery/stat...01525753057281

    Very composed, nice finish.

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    Thought the keeper didn't cover himself in glory there! Bit weak at his near post.

    But certainly composed work from Maguire alright. Good to see him hit the ground running there. Is that his second goal in six games?

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    Hogan would be doing well to make the squad at this rate.

    Murphy scoring every other week and Maguire has been class for Preston and is just now adding the goals.

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    Alan Browne doesn't get a lot of love on here. Has played slot of football at a fairly young age

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    Quote Originally Posted by liamoo11 View Post
    Alan Browne doesn't get a lot of love on here. Has played slot of football at a fairly young age
    Browne scored a terrific goal hitting it first time from near the half-way line after the opposition keeper made a hames of a kick up the field. Video of it in his thread here: http://foot.ie/threads/188986-Alan-B...=1#post1935771

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philly View Post
    Another goal for Maguire tonight v. Cardiff, video here: https://twitter.com/PaulDollery/stat...01525753057281

    Very composed, nice finish.
    against welsh opposition too... could it be a sign?!

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    Glad to see Maguire getting another and it does seem that he has hit the ground running at Preston, which is certainly a relief - as to the question of the forward line for the Moldova game...ooh, now it's getting tricky to decide...which is a good thing

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    http://www.pne-online.net/forum/show...Maguire/page27

    Eulogized on the PNE fans forum. "singing his name already", "going to become a hero here", "the Irish Aguero", "bloody great", "superb" and a few stating they reckon they'll have a job holding onto him.

    Shades of Doyle to Reading the way he's hit the ground running immediately.

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    I wonder do cork have a sell on clause?

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    Not sure, but doubtful seen as it was a buyout clause that preston paid

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    That would be a pity because if he keeps scoring goals he could be transferred for a lot of bucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    I wonder do cork have a sell on clause?
    I think there is something there. I'm obviously not 100%, but I remember hearing about one at some point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo Escobar View Post
    I think there is something there. I'm obviously not 100%, but I remember hearing about one at some point.
    Preston only had to meet Maguire's buy-out clause, no? I don't think there was any sell-on clause as part of the deal as Cork had very little bargaining power.

    This article would give me the impression there was no sell-on clause: https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football...-to-do-a-deal/

    Quote Originally Posted by Neil O'Riordan
    If he does leave in the summer, losing their biggest star for such a paltry sum [€150,000] will anger fans because of the potential to damage their title bid.

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    A cheap sale would revive memories of how Kevin Doyle and Shane Long were sold to Reading for €117,000 and €40,000 respectively in 2005. Doyle subsequently moved to Wolves for £6.5million with Long joining West Brom for a similar fee. City had a ten per cent sell-on clause for both but Doyle’s was cashed in when the club was in financial difficulty for far less than it would have been worth, and Long had not moved by the time City was liquidated in 2010.

    With Maguire, the club will argue it had no choice but to agree to the [buy-out] clause to persuade him to sign a new deal amid UK and Belgian interest and, given he will be available for free in November anyway, it was the best they could hope for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyInvincible View Post
    Preston only had to meet Maguire's buy-out clause, no? I don't think there was any sell-on clause as part of the deal as Cork had very little bargaining power.

    This article would give me the impression there was no sell-on clause: https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football...-to-do-a-deal/
    City have a generous sell on clause.
    Yeah man, they call gambling a disease, but it's the only disease where you can win a bunch of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harry crumb View Post
    City have a generous sell on clause.
    Do tell

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    Maguire is under 24 so the buy-out clause only got him out of his Cork City contract. The training compensation is a separate deal that needs to be concluded and that's where Cork were able to negotiate a delay to keep Maguire until the end of July and any sell-on clause would be part of that.

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