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Milner staying at Newcastle

Good news on the transfer front, one of our best and brightest is staying put.

Milner has always tried his best in Newcastle colours and has very rarely disappointed. He has a good touch and fits in with the young player policy the club is reportedly promoting.

He has been linked with Liverpool and Villa but the Chronicle reports that he is not going anywhere.

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The Journalist

Writer: TerryHugill Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 24 2008

Time: 12:59PM

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No bid doesn't mean he's not going anywhere. If its Milner MON wants its Milner MON'l get. UTV
PTP
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24/06/2008 14:50:00

True, no bid no decision to be made, YET
Tiny T
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24/06/2008 15:29:00

PEOPLE PEOPLE. JINKY IS A TOON PLAYER AND WILL FOREVER BE A TOON PLAYER. THERES ONLY ONE JAMES MILNER
Toon4LiFe
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24/06/2008 15:38:00

I hope your wrong there. I've taken quite a fancy to Milner since his loan at the Villa. I would love him on our right side. Young and Milner running the flanks. If we could only have a right back as well... we'd be unstoppable.
PTP
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24/06/2008 17:21:00

Born and raised in Leeds though.
Tiny T
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25/06/2008 11:53:00

dream on ptp. WILL BE MILNER AND DUFF OR NZOGBIA ON OUR FLANKS. SORRY TO BURST YOUR BUBBLE
Toon4LiFe
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25/06/2008 16:22:00

nzogbia is class , but awful attitude , millner is a great playerand a move to liverpool would not be good for him or newcastle unless you get benayoun as part of the deal , but a move to villa would be great for his style of play and his england ambitions
No1Yido
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