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Gooch in the middle

Rumours emanating from Belgium suggest that our on-loan stopper Oguchi Onyewu is out of the club either way, regardless of whether he gets kept on by us. Liege are after flogging a player who should make a decent saleable asset for them to balance the books with. A sneaky source at the Belgium club added:

'Standard Liege do not want Oguchi to come back and he does not want to come back to Belgium. They want to sell him and, even though they know Newcastle might not sign him, they agreed to let him go on loan to attract interest from other clubs. Whatever happens with Newcastle, Liege will sell him in the summer. He has been linked with Real Madrid, Chelsea and Marseille in the past and there are other clubs as well.'

Chelsea and Real Madrid? Howay man get a grip!


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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Friday March 30 2007
Time: 1:49PM

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Linked by the pr man at liege!!!!!!!!
Keegan
30/03/2007 14:16:00
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He was linked to go there on his holiday. THey can have him, anyone can have him.
GeordieBoy
30/03/2007 14:22:00
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pressed submit too quick, meant anyone but us.
GeordieBoy
30/03/2007 14:22:00
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he needs more time.. not that we have more time! But hes solid.. just needs to learn how to not conceide so many fouls!
Toon4LiFe
30/03/2007 19:22:00
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We gave Titus Bramble more time and he has continued to make a calamity of errors. Titus could have his own blooper dvd almost!
SteveToon4Lyf
30/03/2007 22:57:00
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This is what happens when the funds dry up.You get lumbered with these type of clowns.Oguchi (Gucci he aint!) based on what i have seen is the type of player that gets you relegated,in effect yer typical lousy Newcastle defender.Just another in a long line of defensive clowns that has found its way onto Newcastle"s payroll.Oh well at least "this" time Freddie didnt pay a fee for his signature but thats only because the bank has frozen their account after failing to recieve payments on the £98 million that Newcastle owe in overdraft.Newcastle"s woeful showings in recent years have meant that every signing made in the last 2/3 years was with borrowed money & they dont have it to give.With relegation still a possibility & an outlay that far outweighs your income it really does look bleak for Newcastle.Thing is everyone has seen this coming for a long time,Freddie"s transfer dealings & carelesness with the cash flow has put the future of Newcastle United in grave danger.Roeder isnt in charge out of choice,even Fat Fred isnt that stupid..!They foolishly thought they were Manchester United when in reality they are no bigger than Manchester City.RIP Newcastle.??
chalky76
01/04/2007 00:59:00
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who the hell is he and is he any good?
MOYES IS GOD
01/04/2007 23:44:00
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hes got potential..but only time (last few games) will tell if the gaffer kicks him back to belgium. 'tottenham scum cant get over the way we outplayed them. 'twice' other teams need b weary of newcastle next season.
Toon4LiFe
02/04/2007 00:51:00
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