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JFK faces FA roasting

After Tourettes-gate and Mickey Mouse-gate you`d think Joe Kinnear would learn to keep his trap shut. However yesterday`s game with Stoke saw our gaffer sent to the stands for some choice words with the officials yesterday, surely meaning he`ll be spending a bit of time in the stands in the next few months. Chris Hughton commented:

"I think it was for perceived comments, but from where I was, I certainly didn't hear anything. That's what I think it was for. Joe's okay, he is fine. He just felt that every now and again it is not a bad idea to have a little change of voice. One thing I can tell you is that it's a very, very emotional game, certainly at that stage of the game."




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 7 2008

Time: 7:34PM

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He is still a half-decent coach but I think he will lose the plot again and again. Not good will come of him... mark my words you Mags. Get rid now and get Big Sam before you end up with Ince! lol
greyhound
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07/12/2008 19:37:00

Got his tactics horrifically wrong again for the 2nd Half. Am starting to have massive misgivings about how he will cope in some of the tougher matches this season.
BaldEagle
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07/12/2008 19:39:00

this is a sign of a lot more stuff to come from him......he will do you no good....mark my words...
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