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Roeder Plays Down Emre Unrest

The Toon manager revealed that Emre has reacted in the right way to his substitution in last Sunday's defeat by Aston Villa at Villa Park, but still our 'insider' at St James' Park insists the Turk is on borrowed time and itching to get away.

The Turkish international doesn't react well to substitution, and was hauled off at the start of the second half at Villa Park when it seemed he was looking to be sent-off. But Roeder got him off before the referee sent him off!

Roeder: 'I made sure I spoke to Emre on Monday and he understands why I brought him off at Villa Park, and he has been very upbeat in training this week.

'He is a big, big name in Turkey, but he is just one of the lads here and is committed in trying to bring Newcastle United some success. Normally he would have been back in Turkey this week preparing for Wednesday's European Championship qualifier with Malta, but he is currently serving a six-match ban - although he tells me he is hoping to get this reduced by half.'




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Date:Monday September 4 2006

Time: 5:38PM

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NEWSPAPERS TRYIN TO F*** THINGS UP AT NEWCASTLE WELL I TELL YA WOT I WONDER WOT THEY WOULD DO IF SOME 1 SET THEIR PAPER OFFICES UP IN FLAMES I WOULD LUV 2 C THAT MAN TRYIN 2 CAUSE TROUBLE UP AT THE TOON
geordie boys
he is just p****d off cause he knows he was playin against a far better team
micsymmonds
Good player who was easily frustrated it happens. Surely would be better than him just accepting it?!
Tierney
Between this and the papers saying he wants to go back to Italy, i reckon there must be some truth to it, although I hope there isn't, yet he came here because of Souness' rep from his Turkey days, so maybe he wants to move now that GS has gone? I dunno, but i hope i'm wrong though.
AWOL
papers should just keep out of things like this and leave clubs alone.
swanzboichris
******** papers!!
Toon4LiFe
He appears to be showing all the attributes of a Soeness signing!
sandgroanun
 

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