Stoke are doing the Ameobi
Ever since lanky Toon striker Shola Ameobi burst on to the scene at Newcastle United, Geordie fans have been divided over exactly what the Nigerian has to offer the black and whites.
The man who has his own personal song is certainly larger than life itself at times but has also been guilty of failing to make the cut during his Tyneside career.
Some fans absolutely love him, of which I am in that group, and some will be pleased to see him on the bus to Stoke on loan.
With Michael Owen, Oba Martins, Alan Smith, Mark Viduka and rookie striker Andy Carroll all ahead of him, plus the promise of new faces in the summer, it's difficult to see where Shola fits in to United these days.
However, KK always maintained that Shola would get his chance even though he did suggest he may have to push himself to the limit to get it.
Haunted by hip, back and even a smashed jaw in recent times it's fair to say that perhaps the home grown forward could benefit from a change of scenery and perhaps take advantage of the extra gaps available in Championship defences.
For many Shola will bring the unexpected and catch teams out.
And there are plenty of strikers who have been and gone at St James's Park who'd love 49 Toon goals in their locker.
Many see a striker that misses easy chances and lacks confidence in front of goal.
But as I say the unexpected is what Shola is all about with his often audacious skills ripping open defences.
Whether he's done that enough in a black and white shirt is probably the sensible debate.
Yet what price Shola roaring Stoke to promotion in a red and white shirt to give United boss KK food for thought next term?
WHAT DO YOU THINK?