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Duff Retirement Plan On Tyneside

Damien Duff:'I see myself finishing my career here at Newcastle. I'm 27, and I would like to think I have a good eight years in me.

'My contract here will take me to 32, but I will put my heart and soul into the club and hopefully stay here longer.


'I will play right wing, left wing or down the middle. I will play anywhere. I am here for the long haul.'





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Date:Sunday July 30 2006

Time: 12:07PM

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Good luck with Duff now you need 4 defenders COYS
North Devon Spurs
A bit early to talk of retirement just yet , a lot of things could happen ,and didn't he say the same just after his move to chelsea ?
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