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Changes Required For Everton Match

Changes Required For Everton Match

Kevin Keegan will be without Mark Viduka and Joey Barton for the match with Everton, so some enforced chances will be made. He was already without Shay Given and James Milner, and Emre has been allowed to join Turkey early ahead of the European Championships, so with Stephen Carr and Peter Ramage already told they can leave in the summer Keegan is down to just 17 players to select his 16 from.

Damien Duff, Alan Smith and Charles N'Zogbia have been reduced to mere bit part players of late, so they will be hoping for some involvement, if not starts.

What sort of team do you think Keegan will field?

Newcastle (from): Harper, Forster, Beye, Enrique, Taylor, Faye, Edgar, Cacapa, Diatta, Butt, N'Zogbia, Duff, Geremi, Owen, Smith, Martins, Carroll.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday May 9 2008
Time: 3:56PM

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Does it not annoy you Geordies that every play you want, Tottenham sign from under your feet? Miguel Veloso will be no exception. Any play you currently have there, not that they're any good, we could take from you at any time! Even your own chairman and manager admitted that Tottenham have a much bigger pull than you! It makes me laugh that you lot still think your a Big club and that you can compete with the big boys! haha we're not exactly banging on the top 4's party door yet we're about 10 years closer than you lot are. next year you will finished mid-table again and sack Keegan and bring in someone else equally useless like Shearer and proclaim him a God, then sack him when it goes wrong again!
ExiL
09/05/2008 19:26:00
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Quite why the trophies do not come your way is a strange connundrum
codbater
10/05/2008 19:45:00
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jesus Exil, your team are hardly setting the world alight are they. but he has got a point about your transfer policy....owen to united? surely that would set your plans of a top-4 finish back by some time.
united4life
11/05/2008 13:08:00
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:D:D:D
Bosko-Macedonia
11/05/2008 14:47:00
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