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Given move: £6m plus mooted move

Following rick after rick by Spurs` Gomes, does it really look like Shay could be on his way? This morning`s Northern Echo certainly thinks so, with the paper suggesting Wor Shay could be the next NUFC player to leave should a bid of £6m or more come in.

With Spurs struggling to answer the goalkeeping problems seen under both Robinson and his new replacement, surely Harry Redknapp would consider £6m a snip for a man who has single handedly kept Newcastle in single figures in some matches.




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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 19 2008

Time: 8:29PM

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he will come to us bigger team
j dog!
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19/11/2008 20:48:00

Yawn!
BaldEagle
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19/11/2008 21:06:00

J Dog, bigger team? I'm a spurs fan and i think as we are bottom of the league this is not the time to be bragging about who is the bigger team. But i do hope that we can entice Shay down south, fantastic goalkeeper.
Richspursfan
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19/11/2008 22:49:00

Rich, Newcastle are floating around the same place we are. They haven't won a trophy since Santa was seen and keep putting their faith in Kevin Keegan, who is simply a loser. Tottenham are bigger than Newcastle. Sorry, but it's the truth.
WhiteHartSpur
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19/11/2008 23:34:00

Couldn't agree more WhiteHartSpur
klinsi
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20/11/2008 08:36:00

You've only got to look at the replies, all bar one are Spurs.
Scottspur
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20/11/2008 08:46:00

I thought this is Spurs site....my bad
klinsi
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20/11/2008 08:54:00

My dad is harder than your dad!
Pete-the-Tractor
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20/11/2008 09:49:00

im spurs
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