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Shearer remains positive despite Reds defeat

Alan Shearer has stated that he felt Newcastle United deserved to lose to Liverpool describing the Reds, as 'the better side.'

Speaking to Setanta Sports, the Magpies gaffer said: "I thought the first goal was offside but nevertheless that wouldn`t have changed the outcome of the game. We were well beaten today by the better side. Now we move on to better things hopefully.

"It was always going to come down to our two home games, and they will decide our fate I believe.

"We were always up against it today, they`re a good side - even with Fernando Torres. 3-0, it could have been a few more, but we`ll regroup for next week.

"Time is running out, but we`ve still got two important home games. It`s a huge game against Middlesbrough. Whoever loses that will find it very difficult to come back. We know the stakes, we`ll be ready for it."




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Writer: Mehzeb Chowdhury Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 3 2009

Time: 4:21PM

Your Comments

looking bleak for you guys especially if you can't best Boro!
merlin
Shearer remains positive , thats a joke , its money for him , hes going to do no good for you .
Kimbo
looking bleak for you guys especially if you can't best Boro!
merlin
Shearer remains positive , thats a joke , its money for him , hes going to do no good for you .
Kimbo
Look forward to seeing how you go in the Championship.
TeddyLyon
Look forward to seeing how you go in the Championship.
TeddyLyon
We can still stay up. Granted it is out of our hands now but we are only a win behind Hull. If they lose today and next week and we win we are out of relegation.
AmeriToon
We can still stay up. Granted it is out of our hands now but we are only a win behind Hull. If they lose today and next week and we win we are out of relegation.
AmeriToon
Did anyone seriously expect us to get anything other than a major shoeing against the Victims?
BaldEagle
Did anyone seriously expect us to get anything other than a major shoeing against the Victims?
BaldEagle
 

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