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Carr Could Return

Newcastle midfielder Kieron Dyer will return to the starting line-up for Sunday's Premiership clash with Portsmouth.

The 27-year-old was rested for Thursday night's 2-1 UEFA Cup victory over Celta Vigo, along with 10million striker Obafemi Martins and skipper Scott Parker.

Winger Damien Duff, Craig Moore (hamstring), Celestine Babayaro (groin), Olivier Bernard, Shola Ameobi (both hip) and Michael Owen (knee) are all missing.

Stephen Carr could return from a foot injury, while Nicky Butt and Emre should shake off knocks picked up against Celta, and Giuseppe Rossi is available after being ineligible for UEFA Cup duty.


NEWCASTLE (from): Given, Harper, Srnicek, Carr, Ramage, Bramble, Taylor, Huntington, Parker, Butt, Emre, Dyer, Solano, Milner, N'Zogbia, Pattison, O'Brien, Martins, Sibierski, Luque, Carroll.




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Date:Friday November 24 2006

Time: 11:45AM

Your Comments

Goin Down.. Goin Down... Goin Down...
Midge
So what.
storagematt
will be agood boost for you......
ernshaw
draw for me! 1-1
merlin
Carr is *****!! Best left on the bench, everytime i've seen him play he's looked ropey defencively!!
BaldyYid
Thats why we got rid of him, he has no heart, doesnt even look like he's trying for you ! p1ss taker
Boony
look carris statistically a very good player and is good at supporting players further up th pitch. he alwayd gives 100 per cent, we arent going down midge n knew it wouldnt b a draw p***s
paulr3062
 

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