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Roeder podcast - Crouch & Pardew

The latest podcast from www.footballaudio.com

Roeder's sympathy for Pardew

Newcastle United manager Glenn Roeder denies any rumours linking the club in a bid to sign Peter Crouch, and reveals his sympathy for Alan Pardew - his successor at Upton Park - who was sacked.

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Date:Tuesday December 12 2006

Time: 5:53PM

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Crouch could be a good signing as i think he'd link well with Owen and Martins!! As for Pardew - yes it is sad the way he was treated, but I guess thats modern football!
BaldyYid
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14/12/2006 15:31:00

I think Crouch would be good for you, if he does leave I would prefer him to go to you, but he would be mad to leave Liverpool
Killercbrn
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15/12/2006 15:39:00

 

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