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God bless you Tony Pulis!

Today`s set of results was a veritable mixed bag for NUFC. On the one hand the Baggies recent resurgence continued, with Tony Mowbray`s side now on the same 31 points total as ourselves and the Beasts, following their 3-1 win over Wigan. Sunderland also scraped a 0-0 draw out at the Reebok to keep them just ahead of the bottom three melee. Blackburn annihilated Pompey to seal their deal.

Undeniably the best result and a massive boost for ourselves was Stoke`s tremendous 2-1 win at the KC Stadium over the odious Phil Brown`s Hull side. Hull now look even less impressive than ourselves with just one win in 19. Goals from Ricardo Fuller and ex-mackem Liam Lawrence proved to be too much for the Tigers despite Andy Dawson`s late free kick.

Much praise for the Potters who had nothing particularly to play for but turned in a massive performance to do us a favour. We now have to capitalise on this with a win v Boro which would take us out of the bottom three and reignite the dream.

HOWAY THE LADS!




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 9 2009

Time: 10:51PM

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Bye byE barcodes
TimBoro
Great win against Pompey for us, surely rovers are safe Gl in the fight lads
sasman
TimBeast - will you still be popping on when we howk you on Monday?
BaldEagle
i will pop on whatever the result will you?
TimBoro
Definitely - I'll be waiting for your usual insightful comments.
BaldEagle
only if i can get a word in edgeways of course, with all the newcastle fans here lol never mind chelsea will have more fans next season
TimBoro
 

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