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Mad Monk keen on hotseat

Mad Monk keen on hotseat

The Mirror this morning has some cracking story about our baldy headed former loon Temuri Ketsbaia wanting his name thrown in the ring for the full-time Newcastle hotseat. Ketsy is currently in charge of the Cypriot team Anorthosis Famagusta and has been working wonders with them, including reaching the group stages of the Champions League following a great win over perennial Group Stage contestants Olympiakos.

In their last game out, Ketsy led the Cypriots to a magnificent 0-0 draw v Werder Bremen. However despite his up and coming credentials it would be a brave man who appointed the likeable Georgian to the hottest seat in football.

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Monday September 29 2008
Time: 10:10AM

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