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KK sums up away performance

KK sums up away performance

On the back of the great performance and point v the Mancs, it was an understandably happy KK that spoke to the media:

"I`m not going to say, 'I love it! But I was really pleased with the attitude. It was spot on. I said to the players if we can come here and do that, we can go anywhere."

Overall Kev should get one hell of a pat on the back for taking what could be described as the most positive Newcastle team we`ve seen at Old Trafford in years. Having suffered some batterings in the past - shipping 5 goals under Steve Clarke and Sir Bobby as well as last season`s six under Nigel Pearson - it was great to see a solid defensive display supplemented with the brilliant counterattacking speed of Martins and Spiderman on the break.

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Sunday August 17 2008
Time: 10:57PM

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Gutierrez looked a quality signing - both offensively and defensively sound. And Coloccini looks a decent player too.
The_Legend_Of_Zola
17/08/2008 23:30:00
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Good result and performance.
Tiny T
17/08/2008 23:41:00
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cheers lads. great signings. looks promising.
Toon4LiFe
17/08/2008 23:53:00
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Glad you held the Maure to a point. Decent result.
Impish
17/08/2008 23:54:00
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Best time to play Taggart's mob - lets not throw away the momentum v Bolton next week.
SirLes
18/08/2008 10:57:00
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Can't help being a tad jealous of you beating us to Spiderman
pentonpompey
19/08/2008 15:03:00
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