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Dabo pipes up

Once again The Sun have picked up the baton of the nation`s moral outrage and run with it as the Barton story just refuses to die down. This time it`s the victim`s story as Ousmane Dabo speaks out against NUFC, as they seek to guard their own investments rather than the ethical standpoint (yawn…)

Dabo said: "English clubs teach you lots of lessons. But in this case they truly lack ethics and morals. Newcastle have invested a lot in this guy and do not want to lose a lot of money. The club do not care a damn about the law. It shocks me. I just want to get on with my life and move on from this. I am at another club now, I am enjoying my career at Lazio and I want to do my best for them."




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 1 2008

Time: 8:43AM

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01/08/2008 12:15:00

i say barton bashes in his other eye... well after barton retires, i mean come on yeah he got his arse kicked but how long is he gonna cry about it, its all just cause he's a *****e footballer and couldnt make it in the PL
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01/08/2008 15:33:00

*****e is a bad word???
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