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Gosling Seals Deal

As reported by us over a week ago, Gosling will now be our second signing behind James Perch.

Speaking to .co.uk, new boy Dan had this to say;

'It's a brilliant move for me. Now that the deal is done I just can't wait to get started.

'I've played at St. James' Park before and know all about the amazing atmosphere. Playing there in a black and white shirt is something I've thought about already and it will be a great day when I finally get to walk out in front of 50,000 people.

'The gaffer Chris Hughton and all of the lads have been great with me and made me feel really welcome since I arrived and hopefully I can repay the faith that they've shown in me.'




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Writer: Ken Waugh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 22 2010

Time: 11:15AM

Your Comments

Gosling deal hatched! Decent acquisition but shame he's out for a while. Hopefully, he'll make a good recovery.
bowburnmag
The way he went about getting this move was disgraceful... Hopefully he never recovers!
Vanilla Ice
Nice sentiments.
bowburnmag
Money grabbing little idiot.
Yak
Sour scouse grapes!
ken_nufc
It was an embarrassing blunder by Everton, but honestly Gosling isnt a big loss, more disappointed on losing out on the 4 mil, he is very over rated (all he ahs done is score the winner against the red *****e). The only reason he joined Newcastle was because of the extra $$$$, shows he doesnt care about the club he plays for just about the extra cash
Rob-EFC
extra cash off mike ashley? haha i hope he brings a gun with him and i hope even more he uses it
Rza
*****, this lot are sucking lemons aswell.
ken_nufc
You would be sour as well, if you gave a young lad a chance to sign, only for him to break a gentlemans agreement and stab the club in the back, we really couldve used that 4 mil. Anyway, if he stayed at Everton, he couldve shined Rodwells shoes, since he is the real talent
Rob-EFC
We've had all the sour tastes in the past, get on with it, we've had plenty of players who stabbed us in the back. It's actually a sign of the mnodern game gone wrong, young lads who are fairly talented are more motivated by cash than they are fopr personal success. Shame, but fact!
ken_nufc
great deal for the club
rabit71
 

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