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Duke of Pork emerges from hibernation

Duke of Pork emerges from hibernation

Having avoided the cold and miserable British autumn and winter, Mark Viduka a.k.a. (The Duke of Pork) has suddenly decided to wobble out of the treatment room and sign off his Newcastle career with an attempt to keep us in the Premier League. Speaking ahead of the Spurs game, Big Al said the following of the injury stricken wastrel:

'Mark Viduka has trained for the majority of the week and will travel with us. He has trained well. He's obviously got a huge amount of talent and we believe if we can keep him fit, then he will play a big part in helping us.'



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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Thursday April 16 2009
Time: 10:38PM

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I take it from this piece that you are not all too enamoured with him up there...
Othello
16/04/2009 23:34:00
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I take it from this piece that you are not all too enamoured with him up there...
Othello
16/04/2009 23:34:00
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The man has just started one game all season. So no. We're not too thrilled with him at the moment.
Mehzeb
17/04/2009 09:24:00
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The man has just started one game all season. So no. We're not too thrilled with him at the moment.
Mehzeb
17/04/2009 09:24:00
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And how much does he earn a week?...thats going to tot up to about 3 million per game...nice work if you can get it!
pentonpompey
19/04/2009 17:46:00
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And how much does he earn a week?...thats going to tot up to about 3 million per game...nice work if you can get it!
pentonpompey
19/04/2009 17:46:00
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