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Beye Villa-bound?

Today's red tops are speculating that it will be Aston Villa, not Hull City, who seal a £3m move for Habib Beye. Given most Newcastle fans' loathing for the mackem muppet manager at the KC, this news comes as a pleasant surprise.

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 3 2009

Time: 8:33AM

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no thank you can keep him
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03/08/2009 08:49:00

You may think that Brownie is a mackem muppet, but at least we know who our manager is and all our players don't want to jump ship. toon muppet.
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03/08/2009 10:00:00

Mate, if you actually seen him play, you would want him in your team. Quality player just a pity that the rest of the team did not play last season.
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03/08/2009 10:01:00

If Taylor is a good defender, bassong is worth £12m+ and we're buying Beye - then how come your defence was so 5hit last season?
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03/08/2009 10:22:00

Id prefer Nolan - good replacement for Barry.
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03/08/2009 10:22:00

leelindsay: you can have him if you want. Personally I dont rated him - no where near as strong or creative as Barry is.
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03/08/2009 10:42:00

Lee one word mate Collocini!!!!!
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03/08/2009 11:05:00

I doubt O'Neill will pay the wages some of your players are reputed to be on , that could be a stumbling block. As for replacing GB, Lee you really showed yourself up there mate! I'm honest enough to admit I don't know much about Beye or Bassong but I have heard they are highly rated?
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03/08/2009 11:37:00

The main reason our defence is crap is the midfield. Our midfielders are too slow, uncreative and as a result we we're caught on the break far too often (Duff, Nolan, Butt, Geremi etc). ashley didn't invest in a creative midfielder and is paying the price now as a result. The worrying thought is where would be be now if we'd kept Allerdyce on as manager?
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03/08/2009 12:54:00


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