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Wor Berb speaks

Having been released from duties by the Republic of Ireland under the new Trappatoni regime, Sir Bobby will hopefully have time to get to a few more NUFC matches in the near future. Speaking about the impact he expects KK to have he said:

"Kevin has a mammoth job all right, a really difficult job because his squad is not good enough. That is the harsh fact of the matter. He has to make do and mend until the summer, when he can put together his own team. That will mean retaining some, but definitely getting rid of others. They will not win anything this season, but equally, won`t go down. I am convinced of that because of the points they have in hand over the bottom clubs. However, it is not going to be pretty. It is going to be a tough slog."






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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 16 2008

Time: 1:47PM

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Yeh agree with robbo. We need to get stuck in and give it our best shot doesnt help when your next match is Man utd and at the minute they scoring goals for fun and i cant see us getting any joy off them. I think KK has a good idea that certain players are sh9t and are not pulling their weight and i can see the team being gutted in the summer.
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