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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 12 2007

Time: 10:25AM

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GeordieBoy is currently crying into his porridge, he's gutted.
Shearer#1
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12/04/2007 10:27:00

Looks like it's time to buy a swedish phrase book, then lads!!
weeman john
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12/04/2007 12:18:00

Newcastle cant afford to bring in a high profile manager,that is after all why Roeder is in the hotseat & will remain so until Newcastle manage to pay the bank the £98million overdraft that they have hanging over them like a black cloud.
chalky76
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12/04/2007 19:23:00

Of course we can Chalky lad. Glenn's just keeping it warm until Wor Al comes back and gets a £40m warchest.
Roy4Triggs
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13/04/2007 10:50:00

bring him in - so much club experience AND he hasn't got anyone relegated like Roeder.
BaldEagle
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13/04/2007 11:31:00

Sign him up. At least he won't blame injuries like Roeder and he can bring that tasty Nancy lass with him.
SirLes
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13/04/2007 11:47:00

So what guarantee of success does Shearer bring to the table....??I could be here all day naming great players that just didnt cut the mustard as coaches & im sure you could to.Harry Redknapp would be the ideal man to take Newcastle forward."arry" only plays one way & that would instantly adhear himself to the Gallowgate End.He is also arguably possess"s the best man-management skills in British football.Paulo Di Canio & John Hartson being just 2 of many that he has tamed,channelled & ultimately improved.
chalky76
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13/04/2007 17:35:00

Chalky - could we deal with Redknapp's reputation for taking an extra bit on the side? Also would he be high profile enough to attract the players we need to challenge the top 4?
SirLes
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14/04/2007 09:50:00

 

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