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The NUFC Feel Good Factor

We had two wins in five days and suddenly we have a brilliant team with an outside chance of qualifying for Europe as well as having a good chance of winning the one major European competition that we're already in.

We also have an excellent side which is only two or three players away from a champions league challenging squad.

Yes, welcome to the feel good factor. It rears it's head up now and then, mostly after a win but sometimes after some good business by the club.

In the past couple of weeks, we really have had a good spell in a number of ways.

We sorted out Colo staying until the end of the season before he more than likely walks but what the heck, he's here for now.

We also signed Yohan Cabaye's best mate and sidekick Mathieu Debuchy not to mention some other top class Frenchies, the best known of these lot is a lad that's been mentioned quite a bit these past few days.

Not sure if people remember 'The Beast's' name but he's magic..... you know.

Talking about Sissoko, he said this morning that the Premier League is tailor made for him as he can play a more attacking game, which suits him better.

Speaking to L'Equipe he said 'English football is made for me. I've thought that for a while. I know I will often be in a position to score, just like last weekend.

'It is the same in the France team. I feel better and better. At first, I didn't dare to take risks - I just did control and pass. Nowadays if I have to dribble, I do it.'



Aye, it's been a cracking few days but we're all experienced as fans to know that we need to keep our feet on the ground and continue to work hard.

We're not out of trouble yet and need to get to forty/forty two points as quickly as possible because good teams or should I say, good players can take a team down.

Just ask Messrs Viduka, Owen, Martins, Duff, Beye, Bassong.........




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Writer: TNMW Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 5 2013

Time: 10:13PM

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